Association for Public Art Presents Phase Two of Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO
Media relations campaign for the launch of Phase Two of Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO
Phase Two of Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO features 30 new audio programs for artworks located throughout Fairmount Park and Center City. This innovative multi-platform audio program, started in 2010, now includes a total of 65 audio programs featuring more than 150 people from all walks of life who have connections to the artworks. Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO is available to the public for free on multiple platforms, including: cell phone, by calling (215) 399-9000; mobile application on iPhone or Android; or audio download/streaming audio on the official program website, museumwithoutwallsaudio.org.
About the client:
The Association for Public Art (aPA), formerly known as Fairmount Park Art Association, commissions, preserves, promotes and interprets public art in Philadelphia. Since its founding in 1872, aPA has worked with artists, communities and civic leaders to make encounters with art a part of everyday life, creating a Museum Without Walls that is free and accessible to residents and visitors. As the nation’s first private nonprofit organization dedicated to integrating public art and urban planning, aPA has an unparalleled and pioneering history, characterized by artistic excellence, creative initiative, collaboration and civic engagement. Working closely with city agencies, aPA remains today a central resource and contributor to Philadelphia’s enduring reputation as an important place to view and experience the evolution of public art.
Through aPA’s free, interactive public programs, website and publications, Philadelphians and visitors are invited to experience civic spaces enlivened by artists and art; to discover the city’s vast collection of public art; and to connect to a shared cultural legacy.
PHILADELPHIA — Furthering its mission to promote and interpret public art in Philadelphia, the Association for Public Art (aPA) has launched the newest phase of its award-winningMuseum Without Walls™: AUDIO, featuring 30 new audio programs for artworks located throughout Fairmount Park and Center City, including ne