Support Us

As a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, the Association for Public Art thrives through the generosity of individual, corporate, government, and foundation supporters

>> Make a memorial donation online in honor of Theodore T. Newbold

>> Donations by check in honor of Theodore T. Newbold may be mailed to Association for Public Art, 1528 Walnut Street, Suite 1000, Philadelphia, PA

Thanks to aPA’s leadership, Philadelphia now boasts one of the most artistically and historically significant collections of public art in the U.S. People from all backgrounds have access to this fascinating “museum without walls” – on the street, at any time, for free, without a ticket.

Learn more about aPA’s accomplishments over this past year from aPA Executive Director and Chief Curator, Penny Balkin Bach in our Annual Report video linked here. 

Iroquois Park
Mark di Suvero’s Iroquois (left) and Roxy Paine’s Symbiosis (right), both acquired and installed by the Association for Public Art. Photo James Ewing Photography © 2014.

How to support art for everyone, anytime:


>> All donations benefit our mission to commission, preserve, interpret, and promote public art in Philadelphia, and are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.