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    Urban Art

    Wichita is a pipeline of creativity and expression, with a raging art scene adding a little color to the city. From urban art styles like murals to miniature sculptures of the iconic Keeper of the Plains, Wichita grows talented artists of all mediums, and the community often comes together to celebrate their work.

    Murals
    With multiple art festivals celebrating local creativity, Wichita offers many permanent pieces adorning the sides of businesses – many in the Douglas Design District. Take yourself on a photo-inspiring mural tour and see how many works of art you can find or search for that perfect selfie hotspot. Every year, during Avenue Art Days, more than a dozen murals are revealed as painters team up to beautify downtown Wichita. From historical representations to intense Wichita pride, passion for expressiveness and community collaboration can be seen on display from Delano to College Hill.

    Avenue Art Days
    Avenue Art Days is a local project to bring art to the community, allowing artists and designers to bring color to the Douglas Design District. This initiative was created to encourage and inspire artists to step out of their comfort zones and share their gifts with Wichita. The project was started in 2015, and organizers have put on two events a year ever since.

    Keepers on Parade
    While you’re in Wichita, be sure to travel to the Mid-America All-Indian Center to learn about the rich culture of the Plains Indians. The museum is home to the iconic Keeper of the Plains. This 44-ft.-tall monument has been recreated on a much smaller scale throughout the city. Here are just a few of the places you can go to find your own picturesque Keeper statue:

    1. Berry Companies – 930 S. West St.
    2. JR Custom Metal – 2237 S. West St.
    3. Cox Machine – 5338 S. 21st St. North #100
    4. Sedgwick County Zoo – 5555 W. Zoo Blvd.
    5. Friends University – 2100 W. University St.
    6. Mid-America All-Indian Center – 650 N. Seneca St.
    7. The Monarch – 759 W. Douglas Ave.
    8. Hotel @ Old Town – 830 E. 1st St. North
    9. Envision – 610 N. Main St.
    10. INTRUST Bank – 105 N. Main St.
    11. Exploration Place – 300 N. McLean Blvd.
    12. ICT Pop-Up Urban Park – 121 E. Douglas Ave.
    13. Meritrust Credit Union – 711 W. Douglas Ave.
    14. Ruffin Building – 100 N. Broadway
    15. Wichita State University – 1845 Fairmount St.
    16. White Star Machinery – 3223 N. Hydraulic Ave.
    17. Credit Union Corporate Office – 620 Westdale Drive