We commission, preserve, interpret & promote public art in Philadelphia
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What We Do

The Association for Public Art (aPA) seeks to respond to the conditions of our time, creating a legacy and maintaining a heritage for future generations.

Explore Public Art

Easily browse an expansive selection of public artworks

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Joan of Arc (1890)

by Emmanuel Frémiet (1824 – 1910)

A memorial to the French heroine, the French community in Philadelphia sought the aid of the Fairmount Park Art Association (now the Association for Public Art) to commemorate their centennial.

Featured artwork

Billy (1914)

by Albert Laessle (1877 - 1954)

Did you know? The Association for Public Art established and maintains the Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial (1933-196… https://t.co/TXImkMthG1

Featured Story

3 Public Art Moments of 2018 Thanks to Our Members

When you become a member, you’ll help the Association for Public Art bring artists’ visions to life, preserve Philadelphia’s cultural treasures, and invite people to learn more about public art through unique programs and events.

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