Mural Arts Program
The wraps are off plans for a mural along the Schuylkill River depicting the history of the Phillies.
A behavioral health center in North Philadelphia has a new look, thanks to a new initiative by the Mural Arts Program.
Buildings now under construction are blocking the public’s view of murals in two separate neighborhoods of the city.
Brooklyn-based artist Kenny Scharf brought his work to midtown Philadelphia for the project.
The Mural Arts Program has launched a unique, block-long multimedia project in West Philadelphia that brings attention to children and how homelessness affects them.
Philadelphia is increasingly becoming known as “The Mural Capital of the World,” and with over 3,000 murals, there are a number of ways that people can explore all or as many of them as they would like.
As a part of the 125th anniversary of Bryn Mawr College, A spectacular mural has been dedicated in West Philadelphia as a tribute to advances in the education of women.
Organizers of Philadelphia’s largest Mural Arts project want the community to come out for a “Community Paint Day” this coming Sunday.
The new mural, “One World,” covers a 50′ x 40′ wall that overlooks the new playground at the Independence Charter School, at 16th and Lombard Streets.
This weekend, only, a cutting edge art exhibit is on view in Center City on the Schuylkill River. It’s called “Light Drift,” and it’s the latest project of the Mural Arts Program.
The Mural Arts Program is inviting the community out to help paint one of its largest murals yet. Community Paint Day is Saturday at 1p.m. at The Gallery on Market Street.
Mural Arts month begins in Phladelphia with the announcement of a new mural to be painted in West Philadelphia to celebrate the anniversary of Bryn Mawr College.
Philadelphia has many murals, thanks in part to the Mural Arts Program, which has produced a wide variety of works in partnership with many organizations across the city. Travel around town, and be sure to look up at the dazzling walls you see across the cityscape!
Philadelphia’s famed Mural Arts Program has teamed up with an organization that promotes tourism here to develop a special program focusing on visitors to our city.