The Office for Public Art (OPA) is a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation and is fiscally sponsored by the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. OPA is supported by a Board of Directors and an Advisory Committee, both of which meet quarterly.
OPA Board of Directors
J. Thomas Agnew, member at large, cultural entrepreneur and Co-Founder of BOOM Concepts
Shad Henderson, Vice-President and Co-Chair, Vice President of Equity and Inclusion at Neighborhood Allies
Shaunda McDill, Secretary, Managing Director at Pittsburgh Public Theater and Producer at DEMASKUS Theater Collective
Rachel Saul Rearick, President and Co-Chair, Executive Director of Contemporary Craft
Kyle Webster, member at large, Vice-President and General Counsel at ACTION-Housing, Inc.
OPA Advisory Committee
J. Thomas Agnew, cultural entrepreneur and Co-Founder of BOOM Concepts
Bruce Chan, Senior Director of Urban Design, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership
Yu-San Cheng, Associate Director, Contemporary Craft
Fran Flaherty, Artist; Director, Joseph F. and Helen C. Dyer Arts Center at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Joseph Hall, Executive Director, Kelly Strayhorn Theater
Njaimeh Njie, Artist
The work of the Office for Public Art is generously supported by contributions from The Heinz Endowments, Hillman Family Foundation, McCune Foundation, Opportunity Fund, The Pittsburgh Foundation, and the Our Town program of the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
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(1) Photo by OPA; (2) Market Square Public Art Program, photo by Renee Rosensteel; (3) The Village, part of Homecoming: Hill District, USA by artist Njaimeh Njie, photo by OPA; (4) Khūrākī by artist Molly Rice, photo by Heather Mull; (5) Streaming Space by artists Alisha B. Wormsley and Ricardo Robinson, photo by Renee Rosensteel; (6) Staff photos by sarah huny young, Ethan Heffley, Rayni Shiring, Brandon Howe, and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh