Wall Mural Project
Goal: The Wall Mural Program seeks to enrich Campbell’s community identity and foster community pride by transforming ordinary walls around the city into distinctive works of art.
Campbell’s Civic Improvement Commission is launching the next wave of murals across the town, continuing a proud tradition started with the “Inheritance” mural painted in Downtown Campbell.
This program recruits artists through local outreach with Campbell residents/business on a selection committee. The murals celebrate local artists and their artwork; acts as a deterrent to graffiti; and involves Campbell residents in contributing to the beautification of the city.
Target Mural Locations: The initial location for a mural is at John D. Morgan Park’s Snack Shack, a beloved and frequently visited location for our community. Future public and private locations for additional murals are being scouted throughout the town, and ideas can be submitted alongside donations to the program!
Fundraising: These murals are 100% funded through sponsorships and individual donations by residents, businesses, and other non-profit organizations. We accept donations via credit card or check, and all donations are tax-deductible.
Call to Artists: The City and the Civic Improvement Commission will be seeking local artists to showcase their work by painting a mural on a set of public and private locations throughout the City of Campbell. Artist Applications & Guidelines will be posted soon!
For all online sponsorship/donations, please complete the Campbell Mural Program Sponsorship Form and mail to:
City of Campbell City Manager's Office
Attn: Wall Mural Project
70 N. First Street
Campbell, CA 95008
For check donations: Please make the check payable to City of Campbell, and mail to: City of Campbell City Manager's Office, Attn: Wall Mural Project, 70 N. First Street, Campbell, CA 95008.
For credit card donations, please click here: Donate Now
For additional information, please contact the City Manager’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org