Highlights

Beyond walls STREET ART tourS
11 cities 125+ murals

Beyond Walls has installed murals across the Gateway Cities of Massachusetts: Holyoke, Chicopee, Fall River, Lowell, Haverhill, Lynn and others.  Each city’s installations is rooted in cultural programming with global talent to celebrate Afro-Caribbean, European, Cambodian, and many other influences in Massachusetts through epic public art. Thank you to each local coalition of partners that helped make each project possible, and stay tuned for more cities to come!

statewide tour recap 2023:
statewide tour recap 2022:
Lowell 2022 recap:
featured muralS:
Classroom to the StreetS: EDUCATION PROGRAM

Classroom to the Streets is a program that leverages the power of public art to deeply engage youth in learning. This program uses public art as a platform for youth to explore issues of interpersonal, social, academic, and historical understanding, inspiring pride in community, deepening engagement, fostering inclusion, and broadening exposure to the arts. 

Designed Response: Placemaking Initiative

Designed Response uses a creative lens to address the wants and needs of a community by providing opportunity to collaborate with in-kind partners that want to make a difference. 

Community Impact PROJECTS:
RECENT MEDIA & PRESS:
Why We Love Doing Probono Work by PAYETTE

Why We Love Doing Probono Work by PAYETTE

We are passionate about our Pro Bono work because fundamentally we believe that architects should engage deeply with the communities in which they live and work to help society by utilizing our unique skillsets. With Pro Bono

LARGER THAN LIFE International artists put their unique stamps on downtown with the help of Beyond Walls.

LARGER THAN LIFE International artists put their unique stamps on downtown with the help of Beyond Walls.

HAVERHILL MAGAZINE - Winter 2024 - By STACEY MARCUS

The Lamp Post

The Lamp Post

A coincidence? As a hearse drove away from All Saints Church on Monday, Sept. 25, following a funeral Mass for a local woman, the church bells rang as a message of farewell. At the same

Asian Community Development Corporation – October 2023 Newsletter

Asian Community Development Corporation – October 2023 Newsletter

October 2023 Newsletter Dear Friends of ACDC, The harrowing, ongoing conflict we are witnessing serves as a reminder to look after our neighbors and show care for one another. What systems and community values can


Past STREET ART PROGRAMS: