The event showcases some of the most popular, successful, and important muralists from around the world. Proceeds from the event will go toward Wide Open Walls and other nonprofits to be announced at a later date. Check back on this page throughout the event for updated images from this years festivities.
The Owner of Elk’s Tower envisions a future where the Wide Open Walls event is a year round part of the Sacramento experience.
The owner of Elk Tower Casino told KCRA the murals are a golden opportunity for Sacramento cash in. Steve Ayers wants to create Casino Square, which is a spot surrounded by murals that would draw visitors from around the world.
This years lineup:
Shepard Fairey (Los Angeles) — 1121 15th St
Paola Delfin (Mexico) — TBD
Risk (Los Angeles) — TBD
Bordalo (Portugal) — Improv Alley
Apexer (San Francisco) — TBD
Kristin Farr (San Francisco) — DoCo facing 6th Street
Herakut (Berlin) — TBD
Shasimi Hasani (Afghanistan) — 1124 Del Paso Blvd.
Pixel Pancho (Italy) — TBD
Charmaine Olivia (San Francisco) — TBD
Tom Bob (New York) — TBD
David de la Mano (Spain) — 12008 R St.
Miss Van (Spain) — TBD
Muro (Italy) — 555 Capital Mall Garage
Val Free (Mexico) — TBD
Michele Murtaugh (Sacramento) — TBD
Sonya Fe (Sacramento/New Mexico) — TBD
John Pugh (Truckee) — DoCo at 603 J St.
Stan Padilla (Sacramento) — TBD
Jaya King (Sacramento) — TBD
Brett Patten (Sacramento) — TBD
Glob (Sacramento) — TBD
Pawn (Sacramento) — TBD
Jenn Ponci (Sacramento) — TBD
Lin Fei Fei (China) — TBD
Aik Brown (Sacramento) — TBD
Alumni and student artists of Sacramento State University — Sacramento State campus
Peter Williams — Video installation at DoCo
Scott Froschauer — TBD