Meet the Street

Meet the Street is an inclusive arts and culture experience that celebrates visual and performance art, music and meaningful community partnerships in Red Deer's downtown core. Explore enhanced alley spaces and murals year-round.
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Mural Map

Orange art pallette 2021 Mural Locations
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2022 Mural Artists and Schedule

2022 Artists and Mural Schedule

Artist Name Project Title Building Name Parcel Address Dates of mural installation
Slugger Studio Eye on the Ball Red Deer Eye Care Centre (east wall facing 49 Ave) 4402 49 AVE T4N 3W6 COMPLETE
Josh Creighton Sequence Salon Harper (east wall) 4813 47 ST Red Deer T4N 1R3 COMPLETE
Chloe Marie Purcell Wish You Were Here – With Love From: Red Deer Alta (west alley wall) 4927 48 ST Red Deer t4N 1S8 COMPLETE
Fatspatrol Congregating Ducks Common Ground Garden Project (two walls facing the garden) 5571 45 ST Red Deer T4N 1L2 COMPLETE
Moonlight Murals Collective I Love My Hairdo Delmar College (west and south rear walls) 4931 49 ST Red Deer T4N 1V1 COMPLETE
Sarah Johnston Growing Tall A-Associated Chiropractic (wrap around on stucco porch) 5415 49 AV T4N 3X5 COMPLETE
Sarah Johnston Foxes Sissons Furs (south rear wall) 5013 Ross Street T4N 1Y2 COMPLETE
Michael Burt (Trackside Studio) Stampede The Game Shop (north wall) 5121 50 AVE Red Deer AB T4N 4B3 COMPLETE
Kayla Bellerose, a.k.a. bb iskwew Miyoskaminowi-pîsimwak - Spring Months Vantage Community Services ( 4 panels on west wall) 4920 54 ST T4N 2G8 COMPLETE
Sbuone Day & Night Day's Music (east and south walls beside Red City Donair) 4957 49 ST T4N 1V1 COMPLETE
Borrris Soup Kitchen Red Deer Soup Kitchen (north and west walls) 5014 49 ST T4N 1V5 COMPLETE
Sergey Ryutin a.k.a. Toner   Massage Above All 4709 Gaetz Ave T4N 4A2 In progress

Questions about the project?
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The City of Red Deer and Meet the Street organizers recognize that these activities and murals are produced on the traditional Indigenous territories of Treaty 6 and 7. This land is also acknowledged as an historic Metis gathering site. It is our goal to honour and strengthen one another by providing a platform for Indigenous artists to share their contemporary and/or traditional cultural expressions and histories.