Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO is a free, innovative program that invites you to stop, look, listen, and experience public art in a new light.
A free day of fun-filled activities at Swann Memorial Fountain! Enjoy live animals, sculpture-making workshops and demonstrations, and free ice cream from Culture Republick.
Whether they’re imitating, appreciating, or simply looking cute, we want to see your #ArtPup with sculptures around Philadelphia. Enter for a chance to win!
A month-long series of photography workshops led by Philadelphia-based photographers for participants of all levels. See the city’s sculpture through a new lens!
Public art came to life in Rittenhouse Square with live animal sculpture-making workshops and demonstrations.
A photo contest and crowdsourcing social media project presented by the Association for Public Art in collaboration with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rodin Museum.
In winter 2013, the Association for Public Art (aPA) presented #LOVEpublicart: a photo contest and crowdsourcing social media project that used YOUR photo submissions. Participants were asked to submit their best pics of Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture via our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using #LOVEpublicart.
“Site Seeing” was a month-long celebration of public art that invited the public to rediscover the city’s outdoor sculptures through four free programs.
A series of Saturdays during fall 2010 and 2011 that offered free hands-on family programming, including artist-led sculpture workshops for kids, self-guided sculpture iPod tours, live music and more.
New•Land•Marks was a program of Association for Public Art that brought together artists and community organizations to plan and create new works throughout Philadelphia. Sixteen proposals – five of which were commissioned – incorporated public art into ongoing community development, urban greening, public amenities, and other revitalization initiatives.