S1E5: Nicole Holderbaum: Community Art and Outreach | PRI Productions

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Podcast Notes

On this week’s episode we sat down with Nicole “Nico” Holderbaum, local artist and entrepreneur known for her large scale street art scattered around Jacksonville. Step into the downtown of any city center and you’re bound to be greeted with large, street art murals. These art pieces not only bring life to the area, they create culture and often revitalize urban streets. Nico is leading the charge in Jacksonville, Florida, putting her stamp on the streets of our city and working with our community to bring arts to the younger generations. Dive into the magic behind these murals, what it’s like to be an artist and the changes being made in Jacksonville as we go Beyond the Bold.

Dive into this weeks’ episode:

Get to know Nico and her female artist crew, Few and Far Women.

We talked with Nico about numerous projects throughout Duval County: visit the Arlington Town and Country mural and snag your neighborhood selfie; try your hand at skateboarding at the new basketball court turned park;  The Jacksonville Kids Mural Project features over 30 murals throughout the city – you can donate to the project here.

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It took nine days for Nicole “Nico” Holderbaum and her assistant to complete the new Jacksonville Jaguars mural for the 2019 season.

To find more pieces by other local artists, check out the Visit Jacksonville Map. 

Learn more about Jacksonville Cultural Council.

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Sneak a peek at the Wynwood Walls in Miami, Florida.