We are creating a two-tiered exhibit at the Gateway TIE building. A high-powered projection on the proscenium of the building acts as a marquee with animated transitions directing attention into the lower-level gallery space in the storefront.The lower-level gallery displays a series of generative artworks taking inspiration from the Artworks murals. Creatively coded projects are referred to as “sketches.” There are three live-interactive, rear-projected digital sketches where viewers can approach and witness a direct response to motion or sound. A video loop of animated sequences features motion graphics created in a variety of coding languages, including python and Processing.org. The gallery includes panels with colored window clings with information about the exhibit and mural details. Just as Modest Mussorgsky’s orchestral score “Pictures at an Exhibition” was influence by a collection of paintings and sketches, our digital creations are inspired by the Artworks murals. The final movement in the score, The Great Gate of Kiev pays homage to BLINK’s roots at Music Hall as Lumenocity in 2013 and is a nod to the Gateway community. Creative Coding participants include Patrick Down, Lisa Koepke, Zach Anderson, Gateway College students Joe Thompson, Brandon Burnett, Momoka Kinder and support from Matt Fisher, Michael Markgraf, Sharon Down, Jim Shupert and the staff, faculty and board members of Gateway Community and Technical College.