The Parramore Traffic Box Project is one part of a City project in collaboration with H. J. High Construction, UCF-CREATE, Parramore Kidz Zone, and Dr. J.B. Callahan Neighborhood Center. The project consists of six traffic boxes in the Parramore area of Downtown Orlando, which are to be painted under the theme of “I Have a Dream.” This theme was chosen to commemorate 2013 being 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic “I Have a Dream” speech in Washington D. C.

In line with the theme, H. J. High proposes to have children from the Parramore area involved with the process.

Why The Signal Box Project Speaks to Young People

  • It encourages creativity amongst the youth of the community by engaging them in the creative development process
  • It preserves the active voices of the community through art
  • It engages a broad age range through multimedia
  • It introduces new technologies/skills to communicate their ideas and perspectives
  • It inspires the youth of the community to shape the artistic aesthetic in which they live by utilizing new skill sets

Project Designs

Traffic Cabinet # 3 by 3D Modeler Robert B. Lee, Jr.

Project Contacts

Jody Roun, Project Manger, Instructor, Technical and Digital Media Assistant

Glen R. Providence, Youth Development Coordinator
Families, Parks & Recreation/Parramore Kidz Zone
City of Orlando
Dr. Lisa Mills, Associate Professor
UCF School of Visual Arts & Design (film)
Joseph Caesar, Community Center Manager
Families, Parks and Recreation
Dr. J.B. Callahan Neighborhood Center
Prue Lewis, Office Manager, H. J. High Construction Company
Robert B. Lee, Jr., 3D Modeler and Texture Artist

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