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LivCo Walls Mural Festival is Bringing Nine New Must-See Murals to Livingston County

Art, Culture & Arts, Things to Do

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Written by SOB Creative

Published on June 17, 2022

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The hidden gem that is Livingston County is rich with history, culture, and natural resources. You’ll find one-of-a-kind shopping, dining, lodging, historical, and cultural experiences when you visit. 

As the official tourism promotion agency for Livingston County, Visit Livingston County (LivCo) is dedicated to sharing what the Genesee River Valley has to offer to visitors.  

Whether you’re visiting by yourself, with your significant other, with friends, or with your entire family, Visit LivCo can help you plan a trip to remember. 


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This summer, they are hosting the first-ever county-wide mural festival in New York State. Nine international artists will be coming to paint large-scale murals in each of the nine historic villages of Livingston County during the month of July.

LivCo Walls Mural Festival is a part of Livingston County’s ongoing economic development and community beautification efforts.

This project is also about highlighting the different communities you’ll find in Livingston County and it’s an incredible opportunity to introduce public art to villages that are experiencing murals for the first time ever. 

The nine world-class muralists were competitively selected to install these murals, which will be unveiled over the course of three weekends throughout the duration of the festival. With the reveal of each mural, there will also be “Muralist Talks” to explain the process, inspiration, and creativity behind each of their featured pieces. Two artists to be featured include, Arlin Graff, renowned spray paint artist from Sao Paulo, Brazil who recently painted a mural at Coachella, and Louise Jones from Detroit, Michigan, who has one of her floral murals in downtown Buffalo.  Check out the full line up here!

Each village will also be hosting dedication ceremonies in their downtowns with festivities including  interactive art, live music, performances, children’s activities, food, local beer and so much more! Check out the full itinerary for each individual village here

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Photo courtesy of Visit LivCo

Ceremony Lineup: 

July 9

  • Village of Lima at 1 p.m.
  • Village of Caledonia at 3 p.m.
  • Village of Avon at 5 p.m.

July 16

  • Village of Livonia at 1 p.m.
  • Village of Leicester at 3 p.m.
  • Village of Geneseo at 5 p.m.

July 23

  • Village of Mount Morris at 1 p.m.
  • Village of Nunda at 3 p.m.
  • Village of Dansville at 5 p.m.

This festival is an incredible opportunity for people who have never visited the region before to explore the county’s parks and trails, arts and culture, dining and craft beverage scene, and historical gems while visiting for the mural festival. And of course… this is the perfect selfie opportunity! The murals themselves make for a picturesque backdrop but all over the county you’ll find inspo for photo-ops

Plan your summer visit today and follow along for more updates on their Facebook and Instagram!

Visit Livingston County (LivCo)

visitlivco.com 

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