A free event on Kelly Drive to welcome Martin Puryear’s largest temporary public sculpture to date. The artist will be receiving the Association for Public Art’s historic Medal of Honor.
Robert Indiana’s AMOR (1998) sculpture has been moved to its permanent home at Sister Cities Park on 18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and will be formally dedicated at a ceremony on Friday, December 2nd.
The Association for Public Art’s “Museum Without Walls Public Art Bike Tours” are back! Enjoy a free public art bike tour that explores Philadelphia’s outdoor sculpture in Fairmount Park.
Artist and curator Marc Pally – the founding Artist Director of the Glow arts festival in Santa Monica – will be the guest speaker at the aPA’s 144th Annual Meeting at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on April 25, 2016.
A free family-friendly event with live animal sculpture-making workshops, sculpture demonstrations and more!
Internationally acclaimed artist Roxy Paine discussed his work and his sculpture Symbiosis with Tom Eccles, Executive Director of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College and former Director of the Public Art Fund in New York City.
Join us for our Annual Meeting at the Philadelphia Museum of Art with guest speaker, Jody Pinto.
Join the Association for Public Art and Temple University for a free illustrated talk by artist Suzanne Lacy on Monday, October 21st at Temple Contemporary.
Join the Association for Public Art at the Horticulture Center in Fairmount Park as we celebrate the expansion of our award-winning audio program, Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO.
The Association for Public Art is offering two public art tours – a morning bike tour and an afternoon walking tour – on Saturday, May 18th, highlighting sculptures included in our Museum Without Walls: AUDIO interpretive audio program for Philadelphia’s outdoor sculpture.