10 Ways You Can Help Make Public Art in Downtown!

March 21, 2017

 

Join us in creating art in Downtown Oceanside!

 

The Oceanside Mural Initiative (OMI) plans on adding ten murals, making Downtown Oceanside a public art destination for locals and tourists alike. We have selected 11 out of 32 applicants to create a conceptual drawing for the first mural. In early to mid-April the top three designs will be presented to the community for a vote.

 

Why create murals? They bring a community together and create beauty. Murals also tell and create stories. 

 

For the price of a cup of coffee, you can support the OMI program! We are asking community members to pledge $5 toward the OMI Go Fund Me campaign. Every dollar donated equals another dollar! MainStreet Oceanside is matching your donations up to $10,000!

 

Our campaign has raised $3,800 and we couldn’t have done it without generous donors believing in this program. THANK YOU! However, we still need your help to raise awareness with our neighbors.

 

Please share this message to your friends and families. If you have not already donated, please donate now and help make Downtown Oceanside a great public art destination! You can mail your donation made to Main Street Foundation Inc. Attn: Oceanside Mural Initiative, at 701 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92054 or visit our website at www.MainStreetOceanside.com to go to oour Go Fund Me account.

 

OMI intends to nurture the of high quality public art murals. Community partners are involved with mural site selection, marketing, curating, political interface, and maintenance of the murals. MainStreet Oceanside Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization and your donation is tax deductible.

 

For more information contact Gumaro Escarcega at 760.754.4512 or Gumaro@MainStreetOceanside.com

 

 

 

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