Baltimore Mural Program: CityPaint
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts have announced CityPaint. This initiative will decorate Baltimore City with numerous murals. As part of the Cleaner, Greener Baltimore program, the city is partnering with neighborhood groups, community organizations, artists and corporations for CityPaint.
Baltimore Mural Program Map
For a complete map of murals, click here.
For a listing of murals created since 1987, click here.
*Artists are needed on a rolling basis.
General call for artists' application, click here.
Whether you have experience with painting or not- volunteering is a wonderful opportunity to work with community and mural artists. Please include availabilities with application, actual hours are set up between artist and volunteer.
Volunteers are always needed, click here for application.
Recently Finished Projects
*416 Monroe Street
*436 LaFayette Street
*1503 Durham Street
*1940 Druid Hill Avenue
*2009 Annapolis Road
*3120 Erdman Avenue
*2439 N. Charles Street
*1137 Harford Road
For additional or larger images, contact our office at 410-752-8632.
Mural Program Contacts:
Randi Vega, Cultural Affairs Director
Shawn James, Mural Program Coordinator
Special thanks to the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhoods, Department of Housing & Community Development and Baltimore Development Corporation.