The butterfly effect of Moncton’s homegrown Festival Inspire has reached Petitcodiac !
Over the last years we received a lot of requests from cities across the country to organise a mini Inspire, but so far we have focused our efforts on Greater Moncton. However... we could not resist the Village of Petitcodiac who invited us to help them make their Main St. more colourful.
For the second consecutive year, we are setting up in the Village of Petitcodiac to create a new giant mural from June 4 to 9th, 2018.
This year ‘Mural Doctor’ Fred Harrison has been invited to paint the side of the Foodland Petitcodiac supermarket.
In 2017 Festival Inspire teamed up with the Village of Petitcodiac to put up it's first ever Inspire mural by the colourful Mexican artist Eva Bracamontes. to paint a wall. The mural was designed to colourfully represent community, cultural diversity, and the idea of bringing people from all walks of life together for positive change.
This year Inspire team is back by popular demand and thanks to a partnership between The Village of Petitcodiac and Foodland Petitcodiac.
A street party to celebrate the increase of colour and culture in the streets will be held on June 9th, from 4 to 9pm on Kay St. with Parkindale Productions: Parkindale Hall organizing the music for the day.