Some of the most colorful artwork in DC isn’t housed in area museums. Instead, you’ll find it outside, boldly lighting up area streets. It’s common to find street murals in several popular DC neighborhoods, with hundreds of displays of outdoor artwork found throughout the area.
An entire building in the Southwest Waterfront has become its own piece of art. The former Baptist Church was first built in the late 1800s but is now called Culture House DC. It’s painted with just about every color in the rainbow.
Inspirational messages are on display in Union Market. One of the latest additions to the NOMA food hall is a Mural Project put up in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A larger than life tribute to Vice President Kamala Harris is…