Albany Street Mural Project

Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation urban mural

The City of Boston, Boston Arts Commission, and the Boston Public Health Commission is partnering with the BUSPH Activist Lab to recruit arts ambassador volunteers to participate in the creation of a mural on Albany Street.

When: September 19th – 28th (Dates subject to change due to weather. If it’s raining, painting cannot take place)
Where: 774 Albany Street (to the left of Boston Health Care for the Homeless, where Water Squad takes place.)
Please register.

Why a mural?

Because public art reflects and reveals our society, adds meaning to our cities and uniqueness to our communities. Public art humanizes the built environment and provides an intersection between past, present, and future to invigorate public spaces. You will get to work intimately with the artist throughout the creation of the mural and serve as an ambassador and educator to the community during the project. Not artistic abilities are required to participate!

All are welcome.

Contact for questions: Elizabeth Henehan