Our Clients in the News
We are very proud to include among our clients:
AIDS Fund · Barnes Foundation · The Career Wardrobe · CultureWorks · Delaware River Waterfront Corporation · Einstein Health System · Elfreth’s Alley Association · Eastern State Penitentiary · Fairmount Park Conservancy · Franklin Square · Free Library of Philadelphia · Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance · Historic Philadelphia, Inc. · Independence National Historical Park · Inglis House · InterAct Theatre Company · Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia · Living Beyond Breast Cancer · Mural Arts Philadelphia · National Constitution Center · Natural Lands Trust · Once Upon A Nation · Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau · Philadelphia Futures · Philadelphia VIP · Prevention Point Philadelphia · Rebuilding Together Philadelphia · Shofuso Japanese House and Garden · WOMEN’S WAY
Mural Arts Philadelphia and Fair and Just Prosecution created a groundbreaking Artist-in-Residence program at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office (DAO) featuring the creations of artist James “Yaya” Hough. PBS NewsHour ran a story in September 2020, nine months after they originally filmed it.
Prevention Point Philadelphia’s Syringe Services are highlighted in an important piece in TIME Magazine.
CBS This Morning featured Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Space Pads and other creative measures highlighting beauty and public health together.
Mural Arts Philadelphia removed the divisive Frank Rizzo mural, as covered in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Mural Arts Philadelphia partners with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office and Art for Justice to create residency for ex-inmate artist.
CBS3 visits Mantua playground for Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins Mural Dedication with Mural Arts Philadelphia
Mural Arts Philadelphia and the Malcolm Jenkins Foundation dedicate mural inspired by Drexel’s Young Dragon Summer Camp.
AIDS Fund Philly’s 33rd Annual AIDS Walk brought thousands of people together and raised over $300,000 for the fight against AIDS
Site/Sound, a partnership of Mural Arts Philadelphia, Friends of the Rail Park, and American Composers Forum, was a highlight in the Philadelphia art scene in October.
CiderFest was Fairmount Park Conservancy’s one of a kind opportunity to explore Philadelphia’s rich history while drinking Pennsylvania-made cider
Mural Arts Philadelphia has embarked on a groundbreaking new program putting economically insecure individuals to work creating public art.