Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival started as a collective dream and mission to bring accessible art into peoples’ everyday lives.
Wall-to-Wall, which takes place on Treaty 1 Territory / in Winnipeg, Manitoba, happens annually each September. The community-focused festival highlights equal parts mural, music, and mentorship and culminates with a finale celebration, bringing together communities around art, music, dance, and more.
Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festivals acknowledges that we benefit from living and working on the stolen, ancestral, and traditional territories of the Anishinaabeg, Ininiw (Cree), Anish-iniw (Oji-Cree), Dakota, and Dene Peoples, the homeland of the Métis Nation and that we are sustained by water sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.
Wall-to-Wall is committed to curation that uplifts artists, mentors, musicians, and performers belonging to under-supported communities, particularly those who identify as Black, Indigenous, Afro-Indigenous, People of Colour, 2SLGBTQIA+, artists with disabilities, and any and all people who fall within these intersections.