Concord goes all out for art

Concord goes all out for art

Local artist Morgen Roloff created this painting at the art jam event in Todos Santos. It will be donated to a local charitable organization. (All photos courtesy Visit Concord)

CONCORD, CA (June 13, 2022) — Concord’s much anticipated public arts program kicked off this weekend with an art “jam” in Todos Santos Park. The community event lasted two-days.

Local artists created movable 8’x8’ murals at the park. At the same time, nationally known professional artists, two of which are Concord natives, began creating building-sized works in nine locations around the city.

Three Thirty Three Arts conceived the project to encourage pride and a strong sense of community identity. The week-long celebration concludes with the popular outdoor Head West Marketplace June 25. Next, the Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps will perform in Todos Santos June 26, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. to cap things off.

You can find the mural installations downtown and at The Veranda Shopping Center. A map and self-guided tour is available. For a schedule of the weeks events and more information on the artists go to

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