Finding Street Art

Explore the streets, you never know what you might find!

Exploring Portland’s booming street art scene just got easier with the publication of new walking, biking and all-city maps by the Portland Street Art Alliance. Working in partnership with Travel Portland, PSAA commissioned local artists and researchers to develop three street art maps of Portland: a walking map of the Alberta Arts District, a biking map of the Central Eastside Industrial District, and an all-city highlights map. Portland street art is always changing, and these maps are a starting point to encourage the street art curious to put on your walking shoes, hop on your bike, and explore the hidden spaces of Portland. So get outside and explore #PDXNow!

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SE PORTLAND STREET ART

In 2015, PSAA received a small community grant from SE Uplift Neighborhood Coalition to create a map of SE Portland street art. Please note: Mural #7 (DALeast) is no longer there.

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ALL-CITY ONLINE MAPS

With the help of several interns, PSAA has compiled a fairly comprehensive Google Map of many of Portland's murals. Please note: Art in the streets is ephemeral and thus this map is constantly changing and will always be "in-progress." If you know of more murals, please email us a photo of the mural and the address.

Portland Wild, a new visual guide to Portland’s public art murals, Heritage Trees, and Little Free Libraries.


SELF-GUIDED BICYCLE TOUR MAPS

PSAA has also created several bicycle maps to help you find street art around town.

 

MORE RESOURCES FROM OUR PARTNERS...

Forest for the Trees mural locations 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Regional Arts & Culture Council's public art collections

Alberta Art Works public art walk map