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Forecast fosters dynamic, inclusive and resilient communities through public art, community-engaged design and transformative placemaking. We improve our collective life through a unique combination of responsive consulting services, support for public artists, and abundant resources on current issues and trends. Forecast is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT FORECAST

10 artists, 8 days, 1 zone.
We are looking for artists / muralists to participate in The Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ)’s annual week-long mural festival in Saint Paul, Minnesota ~ September 12–19, 2020. Apply by April 3, 2020 11:59pm CST.

grid of portraits of Forecast 2020 Grantees

We are incredibly proud of the talented group of artists selected to receive Forecast grant funding in 2020. It is with great pleasure that we congratulate each recipient. We cannot wait to see what they accomplish over the coming year.

PAR59 is filled with articles about how artists and design practitioners are inviting us all—in this time of division—to focus on justice, inclusion, and human dignity, and we want you to have access to this important content. Read + share individual articles, browse a digital version of the entire issue, and/or order a stunning print copy of your own to hold.

41 years of supporting groundbreaking work in public spaces

ISSUES THAT MATTER

Portrait of Victoria Jones, director of Memphis arts nonprofit the CLTV

Insight | The CLTV, a Memphis arts organization, is planning housing that will generate revenue.

Perception, eL Seed’s massive Arabic calligraffiti mural in Cairo, is visible as a whole from only one place: a Coptic church in a cave on Mokottam Mountain. The artwork was intended to open a dialogue about the Zaraeeb, a little-known community of Coptic Christians who are master recyclers.

Explore More | The International Award for Public Art is more than a prize—it’s a chance to gauge what’s powerful in the field, from one end of the globe to the other.

Forecast executive director Theresa Sweetland, left, and Public Art Review editor in chief Karen Olson, right

In a divided time, it’s clear we’re better together.

Editor’s and Publisher’s Note, from the 59th issue of Public Art Review.