Arts District

Open Walls 2 Launches Monday

New street art going up around Station North.

By John Lewis | March 24, 2014, 2:00 pm

-John Lewis
Arts District

Open Walls 2 Launches Monday

New street art going up around Station North.

By John Lewis | March 24, 2014, 2:00 pm

-John Lewis

This evening, street artist Gaia and friends will announce plans for Open Walls 2, another round of curated street art for Station North. 

Like 2012’s Open Walls project, it will feature murals and site-specific pieces by national and international artists chosen by Gaia. 

The roster this time around includes Nanook and the duo of Jessie Unterhalter and Katie Truhn from the inaugural project, along with Ozmo, Ernest Shaw, Logan Hicks, Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez, and eight others. 

The pieces go up between March and June, and the project also has some Parkour in the mix (courtesy of the Urban Playground Group). 

You can get full details at tonight’s launch party (6-8 pm) at the Windup Space.




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