Public Art Resource Center: Tools & Resources for Professionals Working in the Public Art Field

Welcome to the Public Art Resource Center (PARC) your online portal to find tools, resources, and opportunities tailored to your role and needs in the public art field. There are just three easy steps:

First, Tell Us Who You Are. We’ll narrow down our resources to suit your needs based on your specific role in public art.

Second, What Are You Looking For? Are you interested in calls for artists in your area? Or are you an administer looking for professional development opportunities? Maybe you are a field partner just interested in the basics? We’ll show you exactly what you are looking for.

Finally, Fine-Tune Your Selections. You can narrow down your search to more specific topic areas from our lists of general and administrative topics. Looking for information specific to transportation & infastructure? You'll find that under our general topic list. Or maybe you're just interested in learning more about legal issues surrounding a public art project? You'll find that under the administrative topic list.

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Image Credits

Public Artist: Michelle Illuminato, Lost + Found Factory, Pittsburgh, PA.
Public Art Administrator: Matthew Geller, Chroma Booster, El Paso, TX.
Field Partner: Elena Manferdini, Inverted Landscapes, Van Nuys, CA.
Community Stakeholder: Fernando Orellana, Confluence, Pittsburgh, PA.