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Safety is our top priority, and we would not be moving ahead with the Festival if we didn't feel like we could ensure the safety of the Artists and the public. Here are some of the things we are doing to keep the community safe:

  • All events are canceled this year to discourage gathering of large groups.

  • We have increased our online and streaming content (follow along on Instagram!) so everyone can enjoy the Festival from the comfort of their home.

  • If you want to come and see the mural painting in person, we have created a self-guided, no-contact walking tour to help you safely enjoy the event (view the map here, or pick up a program in Henderson Center). Please follow the map in order to encourage one-way pedestrian traffic.

  • The Festival Area has been designed to be open and allow for the safe movement of the public, with minimal "pinch points".

  • All members of the public who come to the Festival Area will be required to wear face masks and observe physical distancing guidelines. To discourage approaching the Artists, barriers will be drawn around their working areas, and biographies and video interviews with each Artist will be available at each mural location.

  • If you come down to the Festival Area in person, please wash your hands arriving. Please stay at home if you are not feeling well.

  • We are providing personal protective equipment for the Artists, as well as a hand-washing station and daily temperature checks. 

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