An architectural firm simulates the experience of a busy street | Marshall Moya Design, Washington, D.C.
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In an area with 12,000 weekly visitors, public art was commissioned to bar potential terrorist threats | Larry Kirkland, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
What an incredible 40 years it has been! Since 1978, Forecast has grown to be respected international leader, published 57 issues of our award-winning magazine Public Art Review, provided grant funding to more than 300 artists, supported hundreds more artists and professionals with training and professional development, and helped countless communities across the country and around the globe create transformative, accessible art in public space.
The debate about privately owned public art continues | Homecoming! Committee, Fort Worth, Texas
A dystopian elaboration of President Trump’s stance on immigration | Plastic Jesus, multiple cities
A counter-narrative to an official commemoration of war | Peace Action Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
Artists and allies create a “culture ministry” for America | Adam Horowitz and Arlene Goldbard
Spearheading a quiet revolution in public art | Public Art Saint Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota
A county arts-and-culture plan aims for equity | Los Angeles, California
A floating memorial to Syrian refugees | BWA ISTANBUL and Support to Life, Turkish coast