Strangers Come Together to Paint Piano Crosswalk

Rochester, N.Y. resident Richard Glaser saw a Facebook post featuring a photo of a crosswalk in California that was painted to resemble a piano keyboard.

The community activist picked up street paint, contacted a local artist, and put the word out that he was looking for volunteers for a painting project.

It worked! Seventy-five strangers showed up to the front of the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music to paint giant keyboard crosswalks that are now the talk of the town.

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