Beaumont Mural Festival FAQ

March 2-5, 2023

When and where is the festival?

What does it cost and what is there to do?

Nothing! The festival is free to attend which includes interacting with the artists, entertainment, participating in the arts and crafts, a kid’s zone, and a local vendor showcase. Food and refreshments will be available on-site for purchase.

Are all the murals downtown? How do I know where they will be?

They’ll be all over Beaumont, but many are downtown as part of our revitalization efforts. One major one will be in the Charlton Pollard neighborhood at the Irving and Washington underpass. Check out the map at https://www.beaumontcvb.com/mural-festival/ to see all the locations.

What artists are participating?

Local Artists

  • Maurice Abelman – Tacos La Bamba (interior mural)
  • Lamar Port Arthur Students: Cory Turner, Guadalupe Lopez, Alex Padron, Zach Foley, Ashley De La Cruz, Yariza Torres Perales, Jennifer Aguilar and Instructor Maurice Abelman – Tacos La Bamba (Outside Mural)
  • Dewon Moton -11th and Calder Mural
  • Randal Sanders - Dayna Simmons Real Estate Mural
  • Meghan Cobb - Full 4-sided Installation Cube at the Art Museum
  • Albert Alexander – 1-side Installation Cube at the Art Museum
  • Suzette Broussard - 1-side Installation Cube at the Art Museum
  • Randall Ensley- 1-side Installation Cube at the Art Museum
  • Tiffany Ready & Eloisa Lopez 1-side Installation Cube at the Art Museum
  • Vanessa Iglesias - BISD

Are students involved?

Yes, on Friday seven artists will be visiting seven of the BISD schools to paint with them at an assembly. They also all have an early dismissal on Friday to see the art downtown.

Is anything being done to honor Kimberly Brown?

Yes, there will be a tribute at her Frida mural (660 Fannin) Saturday at 5:30 pm.

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