Archive - Mural
810 E. 67th St., Indianapolis, IN, 46220
This mural along the north-facing wall of the 67th Street floodwall was created by the students of a week-long Graffiti Mural Camp program at the Indianapolis Art Center in the summer of 2016. The Camp was presented in partnership with the Indy Urban Artist Network. The theme of the mural is love, peace and understanding, and the design includes examples of several “street art” styles and painting techniques. Each section was created by a different student, and teaching artists Matt Lawrence and James Quebbeman contributed to the mural to bring unity to the piece and paint the lettering.
Participating students were Olivia Bauwens, Olivia Childress, Meredith DiCamilla, Jacob Keith, Frank Riegner, Sabrina Searcy, Alec Surridge, and Lillian Watness.
The Urban Artist Network was founded in 1999 to address the unique needs of emerging urban artists and arts organizations. Its vision and purpose is to close the gap between urban artists and their communities by offering the tools for artists and communities to reach their goals together. UAN offers various public presentations on the topic of using aerosol art as a commitment to community beautification, and provides insight into the culture of graffiti art.
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2016