WPA Murals at Norwalk City Hall

WPA Murals at Norwalk City Hall

In order to raise awareness about the 31 WPA murals housed at Norwalk City Hall in a permanent and free exhibition, Norwalk 2.0 produced dynamic banners and signage with engaging copy as part of our Fence Art Project. As one of the largest and most important collections of restored Depression-era art in America, the murals offer a window into Norwalk’s past with a connection to the present.

Free WPA Mural Tours are now available through the Norwalk Arts Commission. Get more information or sign up for a tour here.

Norwalk City Hall WPA Mural Fence Art Project

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Norwalk City Hall WPA Mural Fence Art Project

Norwalk City Hall WPA Murals

About this Project

This exhibit was produced by Norwalk 2.0 with the help of research and artifacts from Dorothy Mobilia, Peter Bondi, the Norwalk Preservation Trust, the Norwalk Historical Society, the City of Norwalk, the Norwalk Historical Commission, the Norwalk Public Library and the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency. Funding was provided by the State of Connecticut DECD Office of the Arts and many individual supporters.