New MuralsDC Locations for 2015 Coming to a Neighborhood Near You This Summer!

We are happy to introduce the new locations for MuralsDC 2015. Keep checking back on the website for more updates about the design and creation of these murals through out the summer.   D between 1st & 2nd, NW, Federal City Shelter Wall (part of the Mitch Snyder shelter)   Fairmont & Georgia, NW 2015 [&hellip

2015 CALL FOR GRAFFITI & AEROSOL MURAL ARTISTS

Request for Qualifications Deadline:  Friday, May 1, 2015 at 4:00pm Budget:  $3,000 – $13,500 per mural The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) in collaboration with the DC Department of Public Works (DPW) seeks graffiti artists and artist teams to design, create and install aerosol murals that inspire the various communities in which [&hellip

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BE ON THE LOOKOUT: Official Call for Graffiti & Aerosol Mural Artists/Wall Donations – 2014 MuralsDC Program Coming Soon!

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) in collaboration with the DC Department of Public Works (DPW) will soon issue a call for graffiti artists and artist teams to design, create and install aerosol murals that inspire the various communities in which they will be placed. Selected artists will be required to work with the [&hellip

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First Person Singular: Aniekan Udofia, 36, Washington, artist. Robin Rose Parker, The Washington Post

Growing up back home in Nigeria, I would draw in class all the time. Word got around to the teachers, so if they needed diagrams, they were like, “You. Come up here. Can you draw a hen? A chicken? A shovel?” I would draw, and kids would gather around my desk. Live painting is like [&hellip

MuralsDC in the News!

MuralsDC and, in particular, the wall at Ben’s Chili Bowl has been getting a lot of coverage! WUSA Channel 9 stopped by an aerosol training session and shows the apprentices hard at work. Apprentices Annie Boisvert and Joel Ulmer spoke about using aerosol and their experience with MuralsDC. The segment and story also feature DC [&hellip

The DC Department of Public Works (DPW) is looking to replace graffiti tagged walls with free murals.


DC building owners invited to respond to call to donate murals space!!

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The Department of Public Works (DPW) is seeking wall donations from commercial property owners for its graffiti prevention initiative MuralsDC.


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Click the download button above for more information regarding applying for a free mural.