Public Art is artwork in the public realm, regardless of whether it is situated on public or private property, or whether it is acquired through public or private funding. Examples include, sculpture, lighting effects, murals, paving patterns, railings and signs. street art, building facade, kiosk, gate, fountain, play equipment, engraving, carving, fresco, mobile, collage, mosaic, bas-relief, tapestry, photograph, drawing, or earthwork
Weblog on public art and public space by writer, Glenn Weiss.
Scotland's public art commissions agency. Offers information about services, projects, news and contacts.
Nonprofit organization to serve the information needs of artists and organizations who are bringing the arts together with community and social concerns. Contains newsletter and organization information.
Public art magazine and database. Publishes a newsletter addressed to the professionals in the field of art, architecture and urban design.
Furthering the study and preservation of gravestones.
Offers galleries exploring the origin of stencil graffiti art in Paris, France in the 80's.
Showcases the sculpture and public art of Robert Hickman.
Offers images and information about the international peace project that includes placing several bronze monuments around the world.
Public artist provides galleries of projects and installations.
Public art program dedicated to bringing artistic works out of galleries and museums and into the Miami community.
Colorful outdoor sculptures and sculpture parks of Gil Sadeh, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Pictures of publicly viewable sculptures, memorials and fountains in Philadelphia.
Art and social activism is used to reclaim an inner city neighborhood in Houston.
A non-profit arts organization that presents the work of contemporary artists in New York's public spaces.
Documents public art works, sculptural works, mosaics, and murals, in the downtown area, the University of Southern California, and other places in the city.
Explores the relationship between art, art appreciation and cultural understanding.
Links to community art resources and organizations.
A development agency co-ordinating a range of strategies for public art development in the South West (England), funded by South West Arts. News, advice, events, current issues.
Supports placing art in unusual, public locations. Includes past works and contact information.
Galleries of commissioned public sculpture and portfolios of non-commissioned work in a variety of materials.
Examples of this Australian artist's works including sculptures, street furniture, works on paper and furniture.
Art project explores attitudes toward homelessness.
An online portfolio of many public and private commissions by artists' Bonnie Lee Turner and Cliff Clear.
Features photo galleries of art found in yards, gardens, and similar outdoor spaces. Invites submissions of yard art photos for possible online exhibition.
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