Adjunct Associate Professor Amanda Williams' neighborhood design intervention, "color theory," is featured in Chicago Sun-Times:
From the article: "Williams, her husband and their artist friends get scaffolding, paint rollers and anywhere from 10 to 30 gallons of paint to cover, as best they can, houses marked with a big red X. They pick up the trash, cut the grass, trim the hedges, dig up the weeds and tidy things up. No one seems to mind. Or notice. Hardly even the police."