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posted on 08.22.09


Above Image: John Young, The Fin Project, 1998, Warren G. Magnuson Park, WA


Purple mountains and amber grain are not the only elements of a scenic drive cross-country.  In Indianapolis you can see a bright yellow truck sticking up from the ground.  In seattle, a pod of submarine fins protrudes from a grassy clearing.  Across the U.S there are countless instillations eager for visitors.  Below is a list of cities that are filled with creative landscapes, and links to guide you through your journey.


 


NYC Percent for Art Program - http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/projects.shtml


Mural Arts Program, Philadelphia - http://www.muralarts.org/


DC Creates Public Art Program - http://dcarts.dc.gov/dcarts/cwp/view,a,3,q,527957,dcartsNav,|31591|.asp


Arts Council of Indianapolis - http://www.publicartindianapolis.org/contactus.aspx


Chicago Public Art Group - http://cpag.net/guide/ 


Denver Public Art Program - http://www.denvergov.org/Public_Art_Program/RecentInstallations/tabid/392930/Default.aspx


Albuquerque Public Art - http://www.cabq.gov/publicart/


Scottsdale Public Art - http://www.scottsdalepublicart.org/index.php


Seattle Office of Arts & Culture - http://www.seattle.gov/arts/publicart/default.asp


SF Arts Commission - http://www.sfartscommission.org/pubartcollection/


Public Art Program of San Diego - http://www.sandiego.gov/arts-culture/publicart.shtml


“Awesome. Some of the examples you mentioned above remind me of a piece that was outside the Museum on Contemporary Art in Chicago. It was a car and trailer made to appear as if they crashed landed from the sky and were planted in the ground. It is good to see that more and more cities are progressing with their public art initiatives. Some of the works are fantastic and they really liven up these (sometimes) blah urban areas.”
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