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Preview: The RFK Mural Festival ~ Opens Tonight at 5pm

The Robert F. Kennedy Mural Festival has commissioned 30 artists to paint a series of murals throughout the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools during a one-week span from May 23 - 27, 2016. The festival will culminate in the Grand Reception on Friday with live music, food, and a pop up gallery in the Paul Schrade Library.

Featuring Murals by: Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf, Jeff Soto, Sam Flores, Hueman, David Flores, Greg Mike, Curiot, Mad Steez, Cyrcle, Woes, Andrew Hem, Risk, Yoskay Yamamoto, James Bullough, Beau Stanton, Hebru Brantley, Hush, Charlie Edmiston, Colette Miller, Rob Hill, Dallas Clayton, Clinton Bopp, James Haunt, Jonas Never, UR New York, Josh Everhorn, Baker’s Son, Jose Maradiaga-Andrade, and Paige Smith.

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Please enjoy our preview images of some of the works in progress, some of which are near completion. They'll all be finished by the time the festival opens tonight at 5pm at the RFK Community Schools in Koreatown.

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