Group Mural Workshops

Experience the joy of collaborative art with group mural workshops, where communities, schools, and organizations come together to co-create vibrant, meaningful murals.

Browse below to see examples of past projects.

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City of Garland

In collaboration with the community of Garland, a permanent mural was created that reflects the community's collective spirit and diversity. 

It is installed as a public mural at 506 Art in downtown Garland.

Children and adults were invited to participate in the creating of the first layers of this mural. Paint was applied with squirt guns and paint balloons to create a fun splatter effect.

After facilitating the community paint day,  the community's layer was transformed into the finished design.

The final mural included individual shapes that showcased different areas of the community's contribution.

A close-up shot of the final mural.

Uptown Dallas

This community mural was installed in several public locations around Uptown Dallas during the pandemic. 

Each individual piece making up the larger pattern was created with the purpose of writing what community members are grateful for.

Over the course of a several months, the mural was filled in with gratitude from members of the community.

A close-up shot of the pieces that made up the mural design. By the end of this temporary installation, the entire mural was filled.

Lakewood Neighborhood

In the heart of the Lakewood Community, residents collaborated to create a mural that celebrates the essence of community and stands as a permanent landmark.

The community showed up for a painting day to create the first layers of the mural, with guidelines to show where to add their brushstrokes.

All ages, from children to adults were invited to share in the experience of creating this mural celebrating the community.

Willow Montessori School

For this project, the students of Willow Montessori School became the artists behind their own masterpiece. 

The students filled in the first layer of paint with their individual brushstrokes, and the final design was then refined to create individual pieces making up the larger pattern.

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