McCauley Apartments Community Collaboration Mural - Fundraiser Launch

  • What the mural will look like, once installed on the east wall of McCauley Apartments. Taro Hashimoto

Join us to celebrate the launch of a new mural in McCauley!

A collaborative mural was created through a partnership between e4c, Capital Region Housing, and Street Prints to express the meaning of community. Developed through a series of community mapping workshops, participants generated themes and images that represented their experiences of community in McCauley. These symbols were then distilled into a vivid mural that will be installed on the east wall of McCauley Apartments. Art has been known to inspire and unite individuals through collaboration, creativity and respect. This mural is a space to allow community members to learn from one another, foster understanding and compassion, and to work together to showcase our love for the community. See the community-led design unveiled at the McCauley Cultivate Community Block Party! on September 27th, enjoy food and live music, participate in art projects, and help plant the seeds for the mural to be installed.

For information on ways that you or your business/organization can contribute to the mural project or become a mural sponsor, please contact Kathryn Rambow at, or call 780-424-2870.

Information submitted by e4c.

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