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Art In Public Places Program

horses-compressed_1-2011The intent of the Art in Public Places Program is to provide a collection of nationally recognized, permanent outdoor sculpture throughout the City, to be of public benefit. The program is designed to present the community with a variety of sculpture styles and themes, all of the highest possible quality.

The Art in Public Places program is entirely funded by contractor/developer contributions. Generally speaking, contractors contribute 1% of the project cost toward the Art in Public Places fund for commercial or industrial developments, having a project cost in excess of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00) or residential development of more than four lots or units, including single-family residential structures, condominiums, apartments, townhouses or other dwelling units, if the aggregate project costs exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00). The other option is for the contractor to install a public art piece near or around the vicinity, subject to City Council approval.

Google MapsAll of the public art projects funded by the Art in Public Places program are not subsidized by General Funds.

Click the Google Maps logo for more information and images of each of the art pieces.

Below are other photographs of art that can be found throughout the community.

 

Cynthias panel-resized  Amandas Panel-resized  Angies Panel-resized 

 Utility Box on Firestone Blvd. and San Antonio Dr.

 

 

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Utility Box on Studebaker and Leffingwell.


 

Amandas Panel-resized Angies Panel-resized

El Camino Real on Imperial Hwy. at Firestone Blvd.                                          "Look to the Future" at City Hall

 
Cynthias panel-resized  Cynthias panel-resized

Newspaper Boy on Rosecrans Ave. at Orange St.   "Embracing the Community" at the Social Services Center on Alondra Blvd.

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