1 of 7: This section of the King Open School mural acknowledges the importance of immigrants to the history of Cambridge, and features a familiar face -- longtime Mayor Alfred Velluci
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2 of 7: This section of the King Open School mural celebrates the river that winds through Cambridge. The students also depicted the Official Storyteller for the city, Brother Blue.
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3 of 7: This section of the King Open School mural shows the urban skyline and the beauty of the Charles River.
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4 of 7: Bus Shelter at Russell Field on Ridge Avenue in North Cambridge 
designed by Artist Taylor Davis
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5 of 7: Sketch of Randal Thurston's design for the Yerxa Road Underpass public art project
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6 of 7: Artist Robert Schelling bronze relief sculptures at Gold Star Mothers Park on Gore Street in East Cambridge
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7 of 7: Todd McKie's mural,
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