CPAG Projects

Blues Travels Fast, 2021

Blues Travels Fast illustrates the connection between the electrified blues history of Bronzeville and the music of today. It portrays blues legends Muddy Waters and Willie “Big Eyes”… More

 

Catan, 2021

Funded by Catan Studio. With the goal of giving back to Chicago communities, Catan Studio, a global boardgame company, commissioned this mural for Albany Park, a neighborhood that represents… More

 

Chicago “Cool”, 2021

Chicago Cool celebrates our youth and the music, food, style, and culture that make this city great. The lively design is meant to be a source of hope… More

 

Chicago “Summer”, 2021

Funded by Showtime. “Chicago Summer” reminds us of what we love about the city. Summer days are vibrant with festivals across every neighborhood. Multiple cultural events and an exciting… More

 

Coiled Serpent Mound, 2021

The Coil Mound earthwork is installed along the western banks of the Chicago River in Horner Park. This homage to the ancestral practice of mound building educates… More

 

Community Windows, 2021

Funded by Logistics Property Group and Ellen Rutt. Nine artists created public art works that illuminate timely issues and themes from the heart or the past year. Topics… More

 

Cycles de Amor, 2021

Funded by Neighborhood Blue Door, South Lawndale. This tender image celebrates the circle of love between a mother and her child. Food is a bridge that builds that… More

 

History of the Packinghouse Worker, Restored 2021, Restoration

Recipients of the 2021 Abbey Mural Prize. Funded by National Academy of Design / Edwin Austin Abbey Memorial Trust Fund for Mural Painting, National Endowment of the Arts,… More

 

Modern Warriors, 2021

Funded by The McCain Institute. Special thanks to the students from Instituto Health and Science Academy. Dedicated to creating a dialogue for the youth in our communities about… More

 

Nesewin–How to Breathe Underwater, 2020

Nesewin: How to Breathe Under Water, references Native Americans’ struggles for survival and visibility, as well as the struggle of the natural environment to adapt to climate… More