The Art Wall is a rotating art space on Public Square located on the back side of the restaurant REBOL on the quadrant in front of the Terminal Tower. Digitally-printed murals by diverse local artists adorn the café wall and rotate every three to fourth months, creating a constantly changing outdoor gallery space that inspires conversation among visitors.

After each mural is completed and a new mural is installed, the old mural vinyl is reused by the artists or donated to Upcycle Parts Shop.

The Art Wall is part of LANDFORM, a program that brings temporary public art to Public Square, the Malls, and other Downtown public spaces. The program began in 2016 and continues today as a series of projects of varied scale and media.

The program is made possible through a generous grant from the Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation. We are also thankful to Cleveland Public Square and WestCamp, our printer and installer. 

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