The Beltline Urban Murals Project is an initiative by the Beltline Neighbourhoods Association to showcase art, promote tourism and local businesses, improve the public realm and build community spirit in Calgary’s Beltline neighbourhoods.

“Don’t have much to say that wouldn’t look better on a wall”
– BiP

Art belongs in public, and buildings are the best canvasses.

BUMP celebrates the diversity, talent and vibrant character of the Beltline through works of art that are thought-provoking, whimsical, awe-inspiring, creative and powerful. The 2018 murals will be painted this August ending with a 3-day festival of artist talks, mural tours, and an alley party.

 

Mural Locations

 

 2018 Murals (in progress)

 2017 Murals

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Help make BUMP happen!

Are you a business or building owner with a great wall for mural? Are you an artist looking to submit a mural proposal? Are you interested in volunteering to help make BUMP happen? Looking for sponsorship opportunities?

2017 Artists

Cassie Suche

Cassie Suche is a local Artist and surface designer who works using a combination of traditional illustration and markmaking techniques as well as digital applications. Her work explores themes of

Adam Zhu

Originally from China, in 2011 Adam graduated with a Bachelors in Design from Alberta College of Art and Design. Since leaving the institute Adam has not only immersed himself in the professional

Mateusz Naperialski

Mateusz Napieralski was born in Poland and at the age of 15 moved to England, where he studied Graphics & 

Curtis van Charles Sorenson

Curtis Van Charles is a visual artist making artwork inspired by time spent in the Canadian outdoors. His focus is motivating viewers