Pavilion in the Trees Repaired and Open
aPA Exec. Director Recognized for Contributions to Cultural Life in Philadelphia
Posted: November 22, 2019
The Association for Public Art’s long-time Executive Director & Chief Curator, Penny Balkin Bach, receives the Wyck-Strickland Award.
Public Art Bike Ride to Trisha Brown’s In Motion, In Place
Saturday, September 28; Rain date: Sunday, September 29
Join aPA and Fairmount Park Conservancy for a free public art bike tour on the way to see “In Motion, In Place: Trisha Brown Dance Company” in Fairmount Park. Registration required and space is limited.
aPA to Relocate Nevelson and Epstein Sculptures to Penn
Posted: July 9, 2019
The Association for Public Art and the University of Pennsylvania announce the relocation of Louise Nevelson’s Atmosphere and Environment XII and Jacob Epstein’s Social Consciousness – two sculptures that have stood outside of the Philadelphia Museum of Art for decades.
Conservation for Walt Whitman and Other Philadelphia Treasures
Posted: May 31, 2019
Philadelphia’s Walt Whitman sculpture by artist Jo Davidson gets special treatment just in time for poet’s 200th birthday. WHYY interviewed our conservation team about the process (VIDEO).