Friends of Crystal River State Parks, along with the Florida Park Service, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Public Archaeology Network, and Gulf Archaeological Research Institute, is commissioning a mural to be painted at the Crystal River Archaeological State Park. The scene will be depicting “a day in the life” of the native people who once lived at the site. Please click on the link below to download all the pertinent information. The Mural Packet includes a prospectus with important dates, description of location of the mural within the museum, and several archaeological interpretations of the site prehistorically to help guide the artist with content. Though the artist is free to render the scene as he or she envisions it to be, the packet helps to clarify specific aspects of the landscape, people, and culture in order to maintain historical accuracy. The mural committee would very much like to begin this project as soon as possible, so a quick response from interested artists would be appreciated. Please contact Nigel Rudolph (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the FPAN Central Regional Center @ Crystal River Preserve State Park for any additional information.