project information

SACRAMENTO’S OPEN AIR MUSEUM

ANNOUNCEMENT (3/1/19):

“Our project proposal is in action!  Our cities directive is for us to secure a sponsorship funding percentage along with having all of the submitted artist applications ‘final’. We are committed and meeting our progression goals!  Each step brings us closer to getting this submitted.”

PROJECT SUMMARY:

Sacramento’s (proposed) 400,000 sf Open Air Museum will be located between 20th through 24th streets, four blocks long. Visually transforming the structural support columns/piers by various Sacramento Artist painting creative expression murals (25’ high 360°).​ ​Beautifying an area utilized for daytime daily parking and occasional weekend vending events. (Upon approval), Mural Expressions Program (Projects) ​will begin phase I with the city specific pilot project.  California’s/Sacramento’s Art Attraction! Where attendees can surround themselves in a world of imagery giants of mural appreciation (365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).  

Objective

“SACRAMENTO’S OPEN AIR MUSEUM”will silently speak volumes for our city’s cultural diversity in a way we should all be ‘Equally Represented’ | ‘Together Unified’ | ‘Strength as One’ progressively moving us forward into the next level.  

upcoming events

The Crocker Museum “Block by Block” - District 5

Franklin Boulevard Business Association

“Big Day of Giving”

Happening on April 27th.  ARTners will be in live painting action in the community for a big day of giving kick off in the Sacramento South community.

The LAB (Lit ARTners Box) @ Lit Delhi

Lit ARTners Boxlocated at the Lit Delhi in downtown Sacramento. An ongoing professional live painting,artist appreciation gathering. Open to the public, appreciators can view professional artists creatively painting to a subject theme. Our patio setting is across from the California State Capitol in Bishop Gallegos Square.  

past projects

Mural ExpressionS –

“Fiesta de Colores” (2018, September)

Mural Expressions Vol 2, was the 2nd and follow up event to our creative community cultural equality movement in Sacramento South. We activated two locations on the same block for on our 2nd festival. This day was filled with in action painted murals, live music, active kid zone and fun watching the images come to life. Highlighting the 14 artists who painting live their vision and were accepted on temporary walls. (future images/video link)

Mural ExpressionS –

“El Grito” (2018, September)

In celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day “El Grito” Mural Expression painted @ Los Inmortales Taqueria on the corner of Franklin and Fruitridge.  Mural Expressions Vol 2 event was moved for one day to connect with in proximity the neighborhood cultural celebration. The next day we relocated back to our host spot to continue with in action painted murals, live music, active kid zone and fun watching the images come to life.  (future images/video link)

W.O.W. Festival (2018, AUGUST)

Returning back to be a part of our cities celebration and retouch our “HUMANITY” mural production. Connecting back into the cities energy of creative murals projects everywhere in and near downtown Sacramento. Only a few artists from the original crew were able to return but their spirit always remains. 
(future images/video link)

Mural ExpressionS –

“Una Dia Para La Madre” (2018, May)

Mural Expressions Vol 1, was the 1st event of its kind in Sacramento South. This was a 2 day creative event of murals, music, kids zone and fun. Highlighting the 16 artists who painting live their vision on temporary walls. Followed with our ARTners South “Open Air Gallery”

W.O.W. Paint The Park (2018, APRIL)

Joined with other Sacramento professional artists to paint the scrim fencing painting various soccer and Sacramento proud imagery for Sacramento Republic Professional Soccer Team fans.

W.O.W. Street Jam (2017, NOVEMBER)

Coordinated a team of 15 artist to paint one city block of 16 different mixed interconnected art pieces. Using both brush and aerosol to make their designs come to life. One of the artists images was used for local news promotion of connections to our city. (future images/video link)

W.O.W. Festival (2017, AUGUST)

Our 1st group/team project at this scale, 2017 “HUMANITY” – 280’x11′ Community Mural was an assembly of 20 visual artists working together on this social messaging mural, consisting of 17 smaller murals and 12 trash dumpsters painted to reveal the messages of “HUMANITY” (future images/video link)

Become a sponsor

This is your chance to invest as a Sponsor and show where your heart is in Sacramento! Show the community that you care and you are willing to invest to make Sacramento a better place.

Apply as an artist

Visual Artists of Sacramento! Art you ready to take a leap of faith with the ARTners? We need your passion & creativity, we need you to represent you! Your support and positive energy is greatly appreciated!