Art in the Street Murals

Tiffany Black has been selected as the mural artist for the first project in Danville.  Tiffany is originally from Danville and currently lives in Baltimore. She is excited to come back to her home town and create this special mural for her beloved community!

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General Information

The Hendricks County Arts Council (HCAC) is sponsoring a mural program titled, “Art in the Street”. The ultimate goal of this program is to create murals on the exterior of several building sites throughout the county that will become part of a mural trail. Public art transforms places, individuals, communities and institutions. It encourages visitors to the area, helping to create community development and cultural awareness. Murals come alive with their own stories, painted on the sides of walls that have their own history. Public art offers an interesting, unique and fun way to learn about an area’s history and flavor.

The search is on to find building sites for murals in Hendricks County. The HCAC is asking property owners to nominate their building to serve as the canvas a mural. The first building selected is at 20 West Main Street in Danville and is the current home of Diesel’s restaurant.  Building owner Greg Fuller is excited to be a part of this program and the Hendricks County Arts Council looks forward to working with Mr. Fuller and the Town of Danville on this inaugural public art mural.

The mural site must have visibility from the street. The Hendricks County Arts Council will assist with funding the project as funds are available and coordinate finding artists. The building owner will serve on the selection committee for the design. Final design and location is contingent upon approval of the Hendricks County Arts Council’s Art in the Street committee and the town or county applicable regulatory bodies.

The Art in the Street committee is continually accepting building nomination applications. 

The Art in the Street Nomination Form can be submitted a number of ways:

  • Email to along with a JPEG, EPS or PDF of your building
  • Printed out and mailed to the Hendricks County Arts Council, PO Box 315, Danville, IN 46122 along with a photo of your building

*****All submissions must have an accompanying photograph of the site to be considered.*****

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