Our goal with the Oakland Mural project is to cultivate, educate and engage youth in community issues and solutions through the power of public art.

San Pablo Avenue Mural

San Pablo Avenue Mural

Community Engagement

As part of the planning process, AHC surveyed residents of the Hoover Corridor Neighborhood where the murals will be immediately located. Community members were asked to describe positive & negative aspects of the neighborhood as well, as their hopes and dreams for the community and future public art pieces. Responses determine the content of the murals. AHC will be hiring mainly Oakland based artists to paint the murals, as the whole process will promote and exemplify community collaboration from beginning to end.

Oakland Superheroes Overview

Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project (OSH) is a crucial community development effort by Attitudinal Healing Connection (AHC) in Oakland that will engage over 300 youth to be change-agents in their community. This project aims to resolve issues that plague our city, create over 30 jobs, enhance our neighborhoods and reduce blight. AHC is proud to share the progress of the first of six large scale mural beautification and revitalization public art project in West Oakland/Emeryville.

San Pablo Avenue Mural

Market Street Mural


In memory of Antonio Ramos.

In Memory of Antonio Ramos

The Board of Directors and Staff of AHC wish to express our gratitude for your love and support for the loss of Antonio Ramos and the emotional trauma surrounding the tragic event. Slowly, it is beginning to subside, and with your support we will move forward with AHC's vision to complete the remaining murals. Please click here to be redirected to the Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project page, where you can donate to the cause.

 

West Street Mural

Durant Mini Park Mural

"Ancestral Waters"

Lead Artists: Daniel Panko X Justin Metoyer Mullon

Design inspired by Durant Mini Park neighbors and community of all ages.

Commissioned by City of Oakland Public Arts Program 2016

. . .It truly takes a village . . .