# Public art
30 seconds recap of DT Jax Art Walk 1st June 22
This video is a 30 recap of yesterday's art walk from downtown Jacksonville. The First Wednesday of Each Month from 5-9 p.m. in Downtown Jacksonville
Explore Denver public art, win big blue bear replicas
Denver's famous big, blue bear.City and County of Denver. (Denver, Colo.) If you live in Denver, you probably have noticed the city boasts several public art pieces. More than 400 sculptures, murals and other artwork decorate the city. Coloradans created more than half of the art.
Sonoma County seeks public art
Enhanced by artwork, drivers heed this warning sign near Charles Schultz-Sonoma County Airport.Google Maps. A new initiative is aiming to pepper Sonoma County with diverse and whimsical art pieces is welcoming applicants.
Chicago-Based Artist "Christine Tarkowski's" Unique Outdoor Exhibit at Millennium Park
This video is my 13th installment of my mini-series on "Millennium Park" in Chicago. Here we walk around and explore the "Boeing Gallery South" area of the park, where you can find a very unique and beautiful art display intertwined with the nature. This art exhibit is made by a Chicago-based artist named "Christine Tarkowski". Please follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!
Santa Rosa youth organizations unveil new public mural
A view of the recently-completed Santa Rosa mural.Noah Abrams. New public art is on display in Santa Rosa’s West End neighborhood. Nestled between Sixth Street and SMART train tracks, the Assistance League of Sonoma County’s Thrift Shop is home to a new mural. On the building's east wall, the project's title is Transforming Lives Strengthening Community and it was made in collaboration with Artstart, a local nonprofit.
Aurora set to renovate 'Ghost Trolley'
The iconic "Ghost Trolley" sculpture on East ColfaxArgent Studio. (Denver, Colo.) Aurora will soon makeover one of its most visible public art pieces, "Ghost Trolley." On the East Colfax median in the Cultural Arts District, the sculpture by Lawrence Argent has taken a beating from the elements and vandals. It recently was tagged with spray paint.
Public art engages with community, history on campus
"Colossal AcornHead" statue in the snow as public art around campus on Feb. 6.Isabelle Dumazet / The Tufts Daily. Walking through campus, students, faculty, staff and visitors can find art in unexpected public places. This art is not randomly placed but rather is connected to the space it occupies.