SHINE ALL YEAR

June 2020

2240 9th Ave South
St. Petersburg FL 33712

The City of St. Petersburg in partnership with The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum celebrated Juneteenth 2020 with the unveiling of St. Petersburg’s Black Lives Matter mural curated and facilitated by the SHINE Mural Office. In the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of law enforcement, cities around the country used street art to declare solidarity with and support for Black lives in America. A diverse group of artists from Tampa Bay were commissioned to each paint a different letter on the street in front of the Woodson Museum.

Artists:

Jujmo (B), John Gascot (L), Cam Parker (A), Catherine Weaver (C), Nuclear Sky (K)
Wayward Walls (L), Laura Spencer (I), James E (V), Esh (E ), Jade Jackson (S)
James Freeman Kitchens (M), MegaSupremo (A), Von Walters (T), Plum Howlett (T), Melanie Posner (E), Daniel R5 Barojas (R) 
Vitale Bros (Layout & Prep) 

Media:  

A new Black Lives Matter mural has been unveiled in St. Petersburg
By Maggie Duffy | Jul. 7, 2020 | Tampa Bay Times

Meet the artists who created St. Petersburg’s Black Lives Matter mural
By Maggie Duffy, Dirk Shadd and Boyzell Hosey | July 16, 2020 | Tampa Bay Times

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