Lighthouse on the Mag Mile

posted by Mick Lee - 

51 beautiful lighthouses can now be seen along Chicago's Mag Mile!

This public art project is headed up by The Chicago Lighthouse, a nonprofit that provides job training and support for people who are blind, visually impaired or disabled.

Find out more here! (and scroll down to see some of the lighthouses!)

These lighthouses popped up overnight all over Michigan Avenue! This one’s in front of the Tribune Tower. #lighthousesonthemagmile

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Chicago lighthouse press conference with Special Olympics promoting the 50th anniversary. Was really fun painting this Lighthouse with athlete David Holt! Go visit it on Michigan Avenue at 600 North Michigan Ave infront of Tiffany's. #magmile @themagmile #specialolympicsillinois #chicagolighthouse

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50+ 6' tall hand painted lighthouses have sprung up overnight along the Mag Mile and right outside our door. Wondering what it's all about? Read more... . . . . . The Chicago Lighthouse is one of the city's long-standing and most prominent social service organizations serving people who are blind, visually impaired, disabled, or Veterans. Lighthouses on the Mag Mile celebrates access and inclusion for people with disabilities. This campaign will raise funds to support over 30 Lighthouse programs which benefit clients and families alike. See all the lighthouses from 6/18 - 8/12. #SeeMyAbilities #lighthousesonthemagmile #lighthouse #chicago #magmile #streetart #beabeacon #warwickway #warwickallerton #chicagohotels #warwickallertonchicago #chicago #thisishowwedo #warwicklife #chicagoart #localartist @chicagolighthouse

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