Kent State Professor Uses Art to Inspire Addicts
A few brushes - a little paint - and a lot of creativity. They are the tools of treatment for dozen of recovering drug addicts in Cleveland.
The idea came from Christopher Darling, assistant professor it Kent State University’s College of Communication and Information. With the help of a grant, Darling created a program to paint murals on the Oriana House Hough Building as part of a revitalization project.
WEWS talked with Darling about the project.