On November 5, the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program announced a series of projects curated by Pedro Alonzo. "Open Source: Engaging Audiences in Public Space" is described as a "groundbreaking outdoor exhibition of temporary public artworks, created by leading names in the contemporary art, community-based public art, and street art realms." 

The artists involved with the exhibition won't be revealed until early 2015, but the announcement does outline what they will be doing: "Each artist will be embedded within a Philadelphia community, in order to explore a social issue that is of import to the city and which represents a major aspect of Mural Arts’ work, such as mass incarceration, behavioral health, environment, and community reinvestment."

"Open Source: Engaging Audiences in Public Space" will culminate with an exhibition in October 2015. For more info, check out the Mural Arts website.