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The Spy Pond Mural is a project of Arlington Public Art
Who are we?
Arlington Public Art (APA) is a collaboration of the Arlington Center for the Arts (ACA) and Vision 2020. In addition to these well-established organizations, its membership includes representatives of the K-12 visual arts program of Arlington Public Schools, the Arlington Committee on Tourism and Economic Development (A-TED), the Arlington Cultural Council, Sustainable Arlington, local business owners, the Town's Planning and Community Development department, and resident art professionals.
Public Art Video
Watch a new video documenting the new push for public art in Arlington, created by ACA Board Member Barbara Costa.
The mission of Arlington Public Art is to engage the community and enrich public spaces through original public art that celebrates and adds to Arlington's unique historic, cultural, natural, and human resources. Our focus is to enable, commission, and purchase temporary and permanent works of art that our community considers to be life-enhancing in the present as well as a legacy for future generations. APA plans to reflect, enhance, and expand the Town's heritage, diversity, and character through an inclusive and broad vision of public art that is integrated into the architecture, infrastructure, and landscape. APA works cooperatively with public and private organizations and individuals to accomplish this civic mission.
Adria Arch, former Education Director at ACA, art professional
What is Public Art?
As you walk or bike around Arlington, you'll discover a sculpture, a painting on the side of a building, or a mosaic mural. Unlike art in a museum, public art is located on street corners, in schools, senior centers, libraries, parks, plazas and sidewalks.
Where is public art in Arlington?
View some examples of Arlington's public art in our public art map
How can I get involved?
Arlington Public Art meets every third Thursday of each month at 9:00am in the Town Hall Annex, first floor conference room. If you are interested in attending a meeting, joining the committee, or have an idea for a public art project you want to share with the committee, please contactAdria Arch.
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We Thank you for your support!
Many thanks to Cambridge Savings Bank for their support for the Spy Pond Mural Project of the Arlington Public Art Committee
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