Public Art Resource Center (2017)

October 3, 2017

In June 2017, Americans for the Arts, the nation’s advocacy organization for the arts, launched the Public Art Resource Center — an online portal useful for placemakers working in or with the public art field. Access a wide array of resources from sample documents and templates to case studies, research papers, and ordinance guidance. The portal guides you through multiple questions to arrive at resources tailored to your specific projects.

The examples and case studies, as well as services and opportunities are divided into categories by audience or stakeholder:

You can also choose among several general categories as well as administrative topics:

  • General
    • Cultural equity, diversity, and inclusion
    • Murals and street art
    • Parks and trails
    • Social practice
    • Transportation and infrastructure
    • Economic development
    • Education Environmental art
    • Healthcare Military and veterans
    • Placemaking and urban design
  • Administrative
    • Collection Management
    • Conservation & Maintenance
    • Community Engagement & Advocacy
    • Contracts & Legal Issues
    • Funding for Programs & Projects
    • Marketing & Outreach
    • Program & Policy Management
    • Project Management Research, Planning & Evaluation

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