Murals

Cultivating Corridor Pride

Connected Communities

Public art instills a greater sense of identity in the areas we work, live and visit. It inspires contemplation, raises questions and starts conversations. Our mural campaign centers around connecting communities and the Corridor to cultivate Corridor Pride. Some mural locations intersect with some of the most at risk, and ecologically significant ecosystems within the Florida Wildlife Corridor.

Crystal River

Muralist: Kelly Quinn

Located in downtown Crystal River, this interactive mural blends art + technology to showcase the unique Crystal River ecosystem, which plays a significant ecological role within the Corridor.

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SHINE® Mural Fest

2022

We are excited to participate in this year’s SHINE® St. Petersburg Mural Festival. The internationally recognized street art festival will bring over a dozen new murals to the art districts and surrounding neighborhoods of St. Petersburg’s downtown.

COMING SOON

Corridor Foundation HQ

Muralist: Ernesto Merenje

Internationally recognized artist Ernesto Maranje’s murals explore flora and fauna, biological evolution and plant-animal relationships. His newest mural will soon adorn the Foundation’s new headquarters at the Factory St Pete.

COMING SOON

Coming soon!

2023

Stay tuned for updates on future murals!

COMING SOON IN 2023

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