Summer of Murals
2019 Theme: International District
The Clark County Mural society will partner up with the City of Vancouver and Fourth Plain Forward to celebrate the diverse cultures of the Fourth Plain Corridor “International District.” The Fourth Plain Corridor is a socially and economically diverse community, and has long been known as Vancouver’s “International District.” Diversity is reflected in the residents that live and work nearby, and in the businesses that line the corridor, including restaurants that serve international cuisine, ethnic food markets, and culturally specific service providers. Like the businesses mentioned above, competitive submissions will reflect the diverse culture heritage of the area, and connect with and celebrate the international food, culture, music, art, and heritage of Fourth Plain residents.
Artists wishing to participate will submit a full colored sketch with a minimum of a paragraph as explanation of the mural concept.
It is important that each competitor research facts and accuracy of their design concept. CCMS emphatically encourages all artists to employ their imagination and creativity full force — the end result is not meant to be a textbook history lesson. The idea is creative, colorful, inventive interpretations of the rich history and cultural development of the community.
For more information, visit our contact page
May 15th, 2019
Possible $3,000 Per Mural
If you have any suggestions, please contact Bryant Alama at City of Vancouver, Fourth Plain Forward project.