Previously known as POW! WOW! Antelope Valley, Antelope Valley Walls is coming back for its fourth installment in the region with a new set of lively murals to adorn the community.

Antelope Valley Walls is a week-long event hosted by the international organization, Worldwide Walls, that commissions murals throughout the world. Worldwide Walls, in partnership with the Lancaster Museum of Art and History and ThinkSpace Projects, have invited local and international artists who will congregate and paint brand new murals, expanding beyond The BLVD Cultural District, across the City of Lancaster, and, for the first time, the City of Palmdale. 

This year will be a historic first for Antelope Valley Walls, painting over 15 murals across the City of Palmdale and the City of Lancaster. Both cities wanted to address the larger Antelope Valley art scene and had a shared vision in making the community a destination for arts and culture. Previously, POW! WOW! Antelope Valley events have been held in 2016, 2018, and 2020.

MOAH is excited to announce several creatives that will be participating in the event which include artists Nuri Amanatullah and Kelsey Brown; Lori Antoinette; Carlos Mendoza; Amandalynn Grazier; Christopher Konecki and Carly Ealy; Lily Brick; Brandon Thompson; Yolanda Glass; Sasha Swedlund and Nikila Badua; Vojislav Radovanovic; Ben Brough; and Chloe Becky. 

The City of Palmdale will have murals done by artists Sean Banister; Tina Dille; Kim Sielbeck; and Christopher Minsal. 

Antelope Valley Walls 2022 has recently gone through a name change that better exemplifies MOAH’s mission of inclusivity and focusing on beautifying the Antelope Valley.

Antelope Valley Walls is made possible through the support and sponsorship of Worldwide Walls; Montana Cans; Monster Energy; Lucky Luke; Signs and Designs; Dunn-Edwards; City of Palmdale; City of Lancaster; MOAH; Destination Lancaster; and The Blvd Association.

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History is dedicated to strengthening awareness, enhancing accessibility, and igniting the appreciation of art, history, and culture in the Antelope Valley through dynamic exhibitions, innovative educational programs, creative community engagement, and a vibrant collection that celebrates the richness of the region.

For more information, visit www.lancastermoah.org.

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