Overview: The Metro Nashville Arts Commission (Metro Arts) functions as the arts and cultural division of the city of Nashville in Davidson County, Tennessee. In addition to facilitating the development of the arts, culture, and creativity section of the NashvilleNext
Overview: The City of Saint Paul has operated a City Artist residency program since 2005, which places artists in residencies with different departments in city government in order to integrate art into diverse civic disciplines. Context: Public Art Saint Paul
Overview: 4Culture serves as a tax-exempt public development authority for King County in Washington. Established in 2003. The authority works with the King County Arts Commission, Public Art Commission, and the heritage programs of the Landmarks Commission and is widely
Overview: Marty Pottenger is a playwright, performance artist, and director of Terra Moto, Inc., a multidisciplinary nonprofit arts organization. In 2003, Pottenger established ART AT WORK, a creative placemaking initiative that aims to ?improve municipal government through strategic arts projects
Overview: The City of Fargo partnered with ecological artist Jackie Brookner to integrate cultural and civic art elements into a stormwater drainage basin installation project. Context: The City is located in the Red River Valley. Its flat geography makes city
Overview: The City of Chicago adopted a new Cultural Plan in 2012. The planning process was initiated with lead support from Mayor Emanuel and was spearheaded by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Events (DCA). Context: Arts advocates in the
Overview: The San Francisco Planning Department’s Urban Design Group established a prototyping competition to invite public ideas for interventions that would make Market Street — San Francisco’s main thoroughfare — a more vibrant, active, inviting, and enjoyable place to be.
The Arlington County Public Art Program is one of the oldest public art programs in the country. The County has a long history of commissioning permanent and temporary public art projects on public and private properties. Primary Partners: Cultural Affairs