A2 MURAL COMPETITION

. December 1, 2014.
Mural-location

Attention all artists with a passion for large scale pieces and a competitive edge: Ann Arbor property development and management company, Oxford Management, invites you to compete in a mural competition. Oxford’s headquarters downtown (210 S. Fifth Ave.) will feature the winners on their south-facing walls. The theme of the mural competition is “creating community,” and the competition is open to any artist or groups of artists currently residing in Michigan. Artists must execute the project in the spring/summer of 2015. Applications are being accepted until January 1st;  artists selected will be notified on January 15th. 

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