Make Something Beautiful.

Re-Imagining the space around us,
one wall at a time.

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Donate Your Wall

Apply before Sept 1st to claim your wall!

Presented thanks to generous support from:

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F4AW is a large-scale public mural project that will commence during the summer of 2013 in Windsor, Ontario. Under guidance from artist run centre, ArtCite and local entrepenuer/artist Daniel Bombardier, fifteen street-art murals will be created in (primarily) Windsor’s downtown core.

Dynamic murals will replace dull walls that were subject to vandalism (or ‘tagging’), neglect or disrepair. Works will be completed in high traffic, high visibility areas to be experienced by the largest audience possible. Each work will be geographically dependent, reflecting upon its individual site and specific community. These works created by street-art muralists, will be a positive gestures to the community, bringing long lasting character, energy and beauty to the city.

Call To Arms

Interested in being a part of this project? Great! Applications are open to everyone, but we’re specifically looking for artists with experience in alternative forms of public art. Applications are not limited to individuals, groups or collectives are encouraged.

Applicants will be required to demonstrate experience working on large scale, outdoor pieces.

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View Roster

The following artists are confirmed as a part of our operation. More additions to come.

Requirements:

In order to apply to be a part of this project, please gather the following and attach all files within a zip archive to the form on the right.

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Donate a wall

Own a business or building and looking to have some artwork done at no cost to you? Let us know! We’re looking to expand this project to as many walls as we can, donate yours today.

Let’s get painting

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Sponsors

Free for all walls is presented by Denial, I Was here and Artcite Inc. with generous support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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