Muralism

Website: http://www.contornourbano.com/en/muralsalut/

The city council of Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona, Spain) is launching a public competition to paint a large mural (400m2), with artistic residence. This intervention is part of the full remodeling of the “Plaza de la Salut”, located in one of the neighbourhoods built during the the Sixties, and that has been restored to the neighbourhood after a fight of the community. The selected artist will have an artistic residence in order to know the city and the context and will create the mural during spring 2018. The prize for the winner will be 7.000€ and the organization will cover all the expenses for equipment, accommodation, travels and meals.

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Expires: September 15, 2017


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