Talking Walls festival is back in Charlotte. Here’s how to see walls transform into art

Artist HNin Nie paints at The Goodyear House in this file photo. Nie is one of eight artists creating murals at the fourth annual Talking Walls Festival in Oct. 2021.Artist HNin Nie paints at The Goodyear House in this file photo. Nie is one of eight artists creating murals at the fourth annual Talking Walls Festival in Oct. 2021. COURTESY OF GOODYEAR ARTS

BY MELISSA OYLER UPDATED OCTOBER 18, 2021 1:43 PM

If the walls could talk — oh wait, in Charlotte, they do. And thanks to Talking Walls, Charlotte’s annual mural festival, more beige walls will have things to say later this month. The street art event returns for the fourth year the week of October 18-24, 2021. After a bleak time during the COVID-19 pandemic, the artists are here to spread joy in the Queen City, a news release stated. TOP VIDEOS × This year’s theme is “High-Vis-City” — vibrancy, brilliancy and viscerality. Eight muralists will participate from Charlotte, the region and around the world: Abel Jackson, Bree Stallings, Garrison Gist, HNin Nie, Jen Hills, Naji Alali, Neka Nneekkaa King, Treazy Treaz

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