Pavilion in the Trees Repaired and Open
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 Jacon 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).
Join us for our 147th annual spring event at Moore College of Art & Design with guest speaker Peter Murray CBE, Founder and Executive Director of the UK’s Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Executive Director of aPA Receives Wyck-Strickland Award
Posted: April 9, 2019
The award honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the cultural life of Philadelphia through work that balances a drive for progress and modernity with a sensitivity to the past.