Mural Registry

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Sandra Antongiorgi, Andy Bellomo, and Sam Kirk, The Love I Vibrate, 2017. Commissioned by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Photo: Ji Yang.

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Sandra Antongiorgi, Andy Bellomo, and Sam Kirk, The Love I Vibrate, 2017. Commissioned by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Photo: Ji Yang.

 

The Mural Registry catalogues Chicago’s collection of murals, and includes a growing list of completed murals created on private and public property. The registry will be updated regularly, so we encourage you to visit our site often as new murals are added to the database and highlighted in the slideshow below.

How does it work?

Artists, organizations, and property owners may register completed murals by submitting an application. Accepted murals will be assigned a unique Mural Registration ID, and will receive an official emblem from the City of Chicago.

 

Download the application to register your mural.
Mural Registry Requirements and Application (PDF)
  Download the Mural Registry Resource Guide for FAQs and additional resources for creating murals.
Mural Registry Resource Guide (PDF)

 

Explore the registry and featured murals.

 

 

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