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Wells Fargo Community Murals celebrate the legacy of the communities we serve, highlighting the geography, industry, and cultural diversity that give each community its unique character and sense of place. From small towns to big cities, we have installed custom community murals in over 2,300 Wells Fargo locations nationwide.
From small towns to big cities, our historical murals resonate with customers and community leaders, who appreciate our efforts to celebrate the accomplishments of their neighborhoods and communities. Whether in our corporate headquarters in San Francisco, our administration headquarters in New York, or in a small town in our nation’s heartland, our murals are a focal point in the community.
Mural unveiling events
Several times a year, mural events are held in conjunction with store grand openings. This is an opportunity to unveil a mural to the public in a fun and creative setting that creates excitement for the store and the community.
The Community Mural Program establishes a dynamic collaboration between Wells Fargo and the local community to create a custom-designed historical art piece that carries a lasting impact, and is a focal point of community discussion. Its focus is to celebrate the unique history and diversity of our local communities.
Our murals interweave historical images into a graphically-designed photo collage – a tapestry of local memories, souvenirs, and memoirs that cultivate a sense of wonder, curiosity, appreciation, and identity throughout each community we serve.
From the initial research and design, to the unveiling of a mural, it is an incredible opportunity to bring the community together in celebration and commemoration. It is our hope that each mural creates a lasting tribute to each community, and continues to inspire the exploration of our shared history.