IN:Site, an arts organization fostering the creation of place-responsive temporary public art since 2006, collaborated with The Corridor, the City of Milwaukee Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation, Sherman Park Community Association, Northwest Side Community Development Corporation, and the Dominican Center for Women to add art to twelve boarded-up houses in three neighborhoods.
In:Site lead artist Christopher Willey received input and images from residents near Hadley and Locust, Century City, and the Dominican Center. His "IN:terruptions" feature photographs from the area and colorful silhouettes of urban animals and plants. Willey also worked with Century City resident Ben Payne, who provided drawings for some of the art.
Information taken from In:Site's "Welcome to In:Site's 2011 Century City Project" newsletter