What: The City of Gainesville 352walls Community Artist Program invites local artists to participate in its newly launched Gainesville Social Justice Mural Project.
Where: City parks and public spaces throughout the community
Details: The City of Gainesville 352walls Community Artist Program seeks 12 regional artists or artist crews to create a total of 12 temporary 8 feet x 8 feet murals with social justice as the theme. The murals will be located in City of Gainesville parks and public spaces. The murals will be painted on prepared plywood panels affixed to wooden posts, enabling them to be relocated during the two- to three-year lifespan of the project.
352walls mural by Gaia
This call for artists seeks creative voices to illustrate both the contemporary challenges and the possibilities of social justice in America. The murals should respond to change, hope, and the idea and ideals of social justice. The project is designed to attract fresh voices expressing diverse perspectives on human rights. It aims to reflect the energy of the social justice movement with a visible public declaration of the City’s commitment towards progress, enlightenment, and justice for all neighbors.