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.
The Fairmount Park Art Association will bring free hands-on programming, mobile technology and live music for the whole family to Kelly Drive this fall during “Sculpture Saturdays Presented by PNC Arts Alive” starting on September 10 from 10am to 2pm.
The Fairmount Park Art Association announces the installation of The Labor Monument: Philadelphia’s Tribute to the American Worker by artist John Kindness.
The Fairmount Park Art Association will dedicate “The Labor Monument: Philadelphia’s Tribute to the American Worker” by artist John Kindness on Friday, October 1st from 5-7 PM in Southwest Philadelphia’s Elmwood Park.
Fairmount Park Art Association announces “Sculpture Saturdays Presented by PNC Arts Alive,” a series of family activities that will be held along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for six consecutive Saturdays in September and October 2010.
The Fairmount Park Art Association recently launched Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO, an audio experience that reveals untold histories for 51 outdoor sculptures at 35 stops.
Fairmount Park Art Association Launches Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO @ Philadelphia’s LOVE Park Thursday, June 10 at 11:00 a.m.
Union leaders and neighborhood representatives join the Fairmount Park Art Association to break ground on “The Labor Monument: Philadelphia’s Tribute to the American Worker”
Untold histories of 35 outdoor sculptures revealed through new, innovative and accessible multi-platform audio program for Philadelphia’s public art.