Instead of dodging police and unhappy neighbors, street artists get a warm welcome on Coney Island to create their murals.

The result, Coney Art Walls, returns on May 27 with 21 new works, featuring established artists and aspiring talent from a local community center co-curated by a former director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

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Browse the outdoor gallery while snacking on Boardwalk eats, or check out the new vendors at Greenwood Beach, which replaced Smorgasburg from last summer: Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Calexico (Mexican food with Californian influences) and coal-fired pizza from Table 87.

Coney Island Art Walls is free to enter at 3050 Stillwell Ave. and will be on view daily from 12-10 p.m. through October.