Hope & Healing Campaign

Your gift to the Hope & Healing Campaign is a catalyst for new projects and ideas that would not be possible without your investment in Mural Arts.

The Power of Art 

This crisis has provoked an unprecedented response from governments, organizations, and communities. Mural Arts has taken up the call and is putting art to work by delivering vital public health messages, connecting neighbors in need, and creating artwork that offers hope to the community.

Art reminds us why we are alive. Art is at work in an open mic night produced online, in wheat pastes sprinkled across the city, in the beautiful cacophonous sounds of pots and pans cheering our first responders, and in daily art education classes from teaching artists around the globe. The spirit and tenacity of artists cannot and will not be tamped down. Read more about our Art in Action.

Your unrestricted gift to the Hope & Healing Campaign is a catalyst for new projects and ideas that would not be possible without your investment in Mural Arts.

Images from our Art in Action work 

  • Step Up To The Plate Space Pad Project, City Hall. Design by Lauren Cat West. Photo by Michael E. Reali.

  • The ExtraOrdinary Figures project has been inspired by Luis Suave Gonzalez’s “Heroes of the Day” project. A selection of Gonzalez's portraits are pictured here.

  • A contribution to the Mural Arts, Arts Education Posters of Hope Project.

  • Step Up To The Plate Space Pad Project, City Hall. Design by Nathaniel Lee. Photo by Michael E. Reali.

  • Step Up To The Plate Space Pad Project, Kensington. Photo by Michael E. Reali.

  • Step Up To The Plate Space Pad Project, Kensington. Design by Daniel Lipschutz. Photo by Michael E. Reali.

  • ShopRite manager John Coyle applies a sticker provided by Mural Arts. The stickers are intended as cheerful reminders to keep a safe distance in the store's crowded checkout aisles. (Emma Lee/WHYY)