Little Five Points Mural Project
Fundraising Goal = $150,000
The Moreland Mural Project is an outcome of revitalization activities in Little Five Points to reclaim its identity as an eclectic, safe, arts-centric neighborhood. The project’s manifold goals are to add vibrancy to the neighborhood, increase public access to the arts, connect artists with community, pay artists fairly, and amplify the seldom heard voice of female artists in Atlanta’s public realm.
The 22 selected multidisciplinary artists all have a strong connection to Atlanta. Each has a unique story, artistic style, and commitment to social engagement. Nearly half of the artists are women of color. The mural design will be a reflection of the Little Five Points neighborhood: diverse, original voices coming together in a single space.
This project is a cross-sector collaboration, involving individual members of the community, the neighborhood organizations of Little Five Points, Inman Park, Candler Park, Edgewood and Reynoldstown, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, Fulton County Board of Commissioners, corporate sponsors and local businesses.
$4000 – Artist Sponsor
$2500 – Traffic Safety Sponsor
$1500 – Grant Match Sponsor
$1000 – Maintenance Sponsor
$500 – Equipment Sponsor
$300 – Local Business Sponsor
$150 – Neighbor Sponsor
$50 – Proud Supporter
Join us to be a part of the movement – help us bring beautiful artwork to our community.
Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.
Begins: July 1, 2016
Ends: June 30, 2017