Public Art

City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program

About the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program
For 28 years, the Mural Arts Program has united artists and communities through a collaborative process, rooted in the traditions of mural-making, to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. Read more »
Contact Information: 

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program
Lincoln Financial Mural Arts Center
Thomas Eakins House
1727-29 Mt. Vernon Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19130

(215) 685-0750
info [at] muralarts [dot] org

Association for Public Art presents Open Air

Combining public art with mobile technology, Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer presented the world premiere of Open Air from Sept. 20–Oct. 14, 2012. Read more »

Association for Public Art

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. Read more »

Contact Information: 

Association for Public Art
(formerly Fairmount Park Art Association)

Media Contacts:

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carolyn [at] canarypromo [dot] com


Association for Public Art Presents "Symbiosis" by artist Roxy Paine

The Association for Public Art announces the installation of internationally acclaimed artist Roxy Paine’s Symbiosis, a masterful work of public art that explores the tension between chaos and order in natural laws. Paine is known for work that investigates the collision of industry and nature; his series of stainless steel “Dendroid” sculptures are exemplary manifestations of this practice. Read more »