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PHOTOS: Check Out the Phillies Mural Being Dedicated This Weekend

After years of planning and painting, Mural Arts’ Phillies mural is finally set to be dedicated in a ceremony this Saturday — and we’re all […]

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North Philly Bill Cosby Mural Defaced, Finally Painted Over for Good

The 2008 Father’s Day mural in North Philly featuring Bill Cosby situated prominently among world leaders like Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr. was recently defaced […]

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Street Artist JR Putting Massive Mural on Philly’s Graham Building

Last week I told you about French street artist JR coming to Philly to host a free movie night at the Graham Building, but it […]

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10 Philly Indego Bikes Get the Mural Arts Treatment

Ten of Philadelphia’s Indego bikes are sporting more than just the classic blue thanks to a new local arts initiative. The Mural Arts Program teamed with […]

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Superstar Street Artist JR Hosting Free Movie Night in Philly Next Week

French street artist JR, who is known the world over for his stunning black-and-white photographic murals, is coming to Philadelphia next week to host a free […]

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Check Out the Awesome Mural Being Painted On the Ground at the Oval

The Oval opens this Thursday, July  16th, with an evening of activities including food trucks, face paintings and beer gardens, but the thing I’m most excited […]

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Bill Cosby Mural to Be Erased in North Philly

Mural Arts announced this week that its plans to erase a Bill Cosby mural in North Philadelphia have been prioritized after news that the comedian admitted in […]

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Mural Arts Teams Up With LGBTQ Organizations to Present “Showing Face”

Next Wednesday, June 24th, Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program will dedicate a project a year in the making called Showing Face at the John C. Anderson Apartments. However, […]

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Frankie Avalon Backs Effort To Save South Philly Mural

Frankie Avalon, the South Philly-born crooner, has pumped thousands of dollars in to the restoration project of a neighborhood mural that bears his image. The […]

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Work Resumes on Walnut Street Phillies Mural

The city is back to work on a larger-than-life mural celebrating Phillies history. The mural, designed by artist David McShane — who has been behind […]


Mural Arts Dedication At Shake Shack

Tomorrow at 10:30 am you can join Shake Shack and the Mural Arts Program at the 20th and Sansom Shack as they celebrate the dedication […]

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London Street Artist Painting Entire Alphabet on Philly Roll-Down Shutters

London-based street artist Ben Eine is in Philly this week to paint the entire alphabet on a bunch of storefront roll-down shutters around Fishtown and […]

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Skateable Sculptures Installed at Paine’s Skatepark

This afternoon, Mural Arts dedicated a couple new skateable sculptures at Franklin’s Paine Skatepark. The pieces, created by Berlin-based artist Jonathan Monk, are called Steps […]

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Schuylkill Wildlife Get Spotlighted in New Street Art Project in Manayunk

Manayunk is getting a blue makeover this summer courtesy of one of Mural Arts’s largest installations ever. “Waterways,” a collaborative effort between Philadelphia Water and Mural Arts, is a 50-piece […]

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Philly’s Getting a Gloria Casarez Mural

Philadelphia’s first Director of the Mayor’s  Office of LGBT Affairs, Gloria Casarez, will be memorialized in a new mural thanks to a team up between Mural Arts, William […]