Two Philadelphia public art projects commissioned by the Association for Public Art (aPA) have been named among the 50 best public art projects by the 2013 Public Art Network Year in Review by Americans for the Arts.
Artist Rafael Ferrer will be the guest speaker at the 141st Annual Meeting of the Association for Public Art (aPA) this Monday, May 13th at 5:00pm.
Penny Balkin Bach, Executive Director of the Association for Public Art, receives the inaugural Tyler Tribute Award in recognition of his contributions to public art in Philadelphia.
Penny Balkin Bach, Executive Director of Philadelphia’s Association for Public Art, receives the 2013 national Public Art Dialogue (PAD) Award.
“OPEN AIR,” created by artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and commissioned by the Association for Public Art, combined public art and mobile technology to transform the Philadelphia skyline. An estimated 17,000 people visited the Benjamin Franklin Parkway throughout the project, making it the largest crowd-sourced public art project ever seen in Philadelphia.
On Friday, October 12, the Association for Public Art (aPA) and The Franklin Institute (TFI) will present a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for stargazers with “Planetarium on the Parkway.”
The Godfather of Noyze joins extreme vocalist David Moss, Open Air artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and the Association for Public Art for spectacular interactive world premiere; installation on view Sept. 20-Oct. 14.
Combining public art with mobile technology, Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer will present the world premiere of “Open Air,” a spectacular interactive light experience in Philadelphia.
Fairmount Park Art Association changes its name to the Association for Public Art (aPA) and announces “OPEN AIR,” a new public artwork in Philadelphia.
The Fairmount Park Art Association (now the Association for Public Art) presents Site Seeing: Rediscover Public Art This Spring! This series of four free programs, taking place throughout the month of April, aims to engage city residents and tourists with public art in new and unexpected ways.