A citywide public art & mural festival bringing together artists with diverse styles & backgrounds from all over the world.
Charlotte, North Carolina
October 16th-19th, 2019
As a 100% not for profit community venture, we welcome and appreciate any and all support available. Donations, partnerships, sponsorships, and volunteer opportunities are abundant. Please reach out to us to get involved.
With community support, we will continue to eliminate the “beige” from Charlotte’s vernacular. TALKING WALLS strives to show the world in a highly visible way that Charlotte is a creative hub and a city that supports and welcomes artistic influencers.
Artists, partnerships, sponsors & wall donors will be announced weekly leading up to the festival.
2019 Mural Festival
IN THE NEWS
Talking Walls wins "Best Arts Festival - 2019" designation from Charlotte Magazine during their annual Best of the Best Issue....
Charlotte’s mural scene is on the rise. Large-scale painting events like Talking Walls Mural Festival and #nodacanjam help bring local and national artists together to crank out multiple pieces at the same time. And developers and businesses are catching on to the...
The Fall '18 Program visits Charlotte, NC to participate in the first year of the Talking Walls Mural Festival.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Sixteen new murals were painted by local and international artists as part of Talking Walls Charlotte. Talking Walls Charlotte’s mission is to elevate the creative spirit of Charlotte by showcasing a diverse range of artistic talent from across the...
If you’re driving around the Queen City this week and there seems to be a lot less beige than you remembered on last week’s commute, it’s not your imagination. The Talking Walls festival debuted this past weekend, with 17 mural artists painting 16 new murals...
Usually we don’t notice walls; we notice the rooms that they divide, the rain that they keep out, the picture frames that hang upon them. But walls usually remain invisible, disappearing into the background, easily forgotten. Oct. 10 through Oct. 13, the public art...
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