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More walls to go under the brush with the Richmond Mural Project.

Art Whino returns to Richmond, VA for the Fourth installment of the Richmond Mural Project. With over 60 murals since the inception of the project, Art Whino will return bringing another 10 muralists for another round of murals.

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Art Whino returns to Richmond, VA for the Fourth installment of the Richmond Mural Project. With over 60 murals since the inception of the project, Art Whino will return bringing another 10 muralists for another round of murals. Entering the fourth year we have reached many milestones and the project has brought worldwide attention to Richmond, VA as a destination for Mural Lovers worldwide. Expanding on the body of murals we will be curating a dynamic range of styles and subject matter providing a glimpse into a worldwide movement in one city. In response to people’s requests to expand the murals beyond the arts district we will be implementing kickstarters for specific neighborhoods to allow for the organic growth of the project as people rally together to dictate where the murals go.

Full Google map with current murals and soon to be murals here (courtesy RTD).

Muralist begin painting the week of July 13th and will finish their murals by July 24th. There will be a Kickoff Reception on July 13th 8 – 11:00 PM at Sabai welcoming all the muralist to Richmond. Come out and give a warm welcome to the muralists.

There will be a Main Reception July 18th  from 4 – 8:00 PM held outdoors at 2727 West Broad Street. It will feature: Live Painting by Mas Paz, music by 3 local bands and 2 Dj’s, drinks, food, Lickinghole Creek’s release of Batchelor’s Delight (Rum Barrel Belgian Quad), and video projection of murals in progress.

You can check out profiles of this year’s artist and their work at Art Whino.

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