A project prompts discussion about our justice system | Emily Baxter, Minnesota
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Ugo Rondinone’s striking cairns evoke the meditative mindset of rock balancing | Las Vegas
For 29 years, Forecast has fostered a vibrant public art community by providing grant funding to artists based in Minnesota. We are thrilled to continue supporting artists through grants and our 2019 applications open late summer 2018—check our Artist Support page often for updates on deadlines and information sessions. Forecast is continually assessing our practices […]
New thinking about historical monuments | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Repurposing local pottery to showcase environmental issues | Manav Gupta, New Delhi, India
Augsburg University recently opened their new Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion complete with striking art throughout. An array of artwork is integrated brilliantly into the windows, floors and stairwells of the building and seen along the hallways and outside classrooms. Augsburg University faced the unique challenge of intersecting three distinct fields study—science, business […]
Forecast founder Jack Becker pays it forward In this publisher’s note from Public Art Review issue 54
Public artists and their collaborators are creating a more livable future
In public art, we don’t have a shared, overriding theology, ideology, or pedagogy. There are no standards, no universally accepted rights and wrongs. There’s no job description or rulebook for a public artist. Perhaps we need a Ten Commandments of Public Art.
“Public art exposes people to the ideas, energies, and talents of artists in a way that traditional and sequestered venues do not.”