RFPs Are Now Being Accepted! Murals and More is excited to be accepting RFPs for a new mural. This mural will be located on the 4th Avenue Skywalk in Downtown Cedar Rapids. We are looking for a variety of art mediums to apply. See the full RFP here. See Our Latest Murals Murals and More unveiled four murals during 2016. The Cedar Rapids Mural Trial is expanding as two skywalk murals, a spray painted mural and a community mural have been added. To see the murals yourself, head to 3rd St in downtown Cedar Rapids between 2nd & 5th Ave. Be A Part Of The Next Mural! The success of our organizaiton is in large part due to the many community members and organizations that have donated money, time, and resources to make our efforts possible. In order to continue to bring artwork to Cedar Rapids, we need building owners, artists, and funding. If you're interested in starting a conversation about how you can help, contact us today! The Student Art Walk Each spring, students from local schools are invited to submit their art work based on a specific theme. From those submissions several pieces are chosen to be reproduced on banners sponsored by local businesses and are hung around downtown Cedar Rapids throughout the summer. Join Our Team! Murals and More is truly a grassroots, citizen driven organization. We need the community's involvement to make the project a true success! Every individual who gets involved makes the project even more successful! Your volunteerism and support will make a difference in the community. We are always looking for dedicated volunteers in a multitude of areas. Whether you are a creative type who can assist with ideas for marketing or you are a hands on, organized personality, we are always looking for people who can provide their time and dedication. Contact us today to find out how you can help move our projects to the next level.

What We're All About

Murals and More, The Cedar Rapids Mural Trail, is a group of dedicated local citizens who believe in and have a clear vision: depict Cedar Rapids history using public art as the medium.

In the past year this sponsored, non-profit all-volunteer group, has been working behind the scenes developing the concept, forming an organization, dealing with a multitude of details and seeking support from community leaders and building owners.

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Spring 2017