Office for Public Art is pleased to announce the election of its inaugural Board of Directors, as well as a name change and new a new office location.
Pittsburgh-based artist Marlana Adele Vassar presents Six Feet Apart, a community-centered book project that features community members as artists.
Five Pittsburgh area community organizations are collaborating with four Pittsburgh artists to address public health issues within their communities through temporary public artworks.
OPA and RethinkVets announced Boots on the Sound, a series of public forums exploring issues related to the complex roles that veterans of the armed forces play in American society.
The Pittsburgh Creative Corps has opened its 2022 Call for Artists for public art opportunities from 2022 through 2024. Artists seeking to be part of the Corps from now through 2024 are encouraged to apply.
The Office of Public Art and the City of Pittsburgh’s Public Art and Civic Design division have released a new survey for regional artists that will be used to develop a collaboration framework between the two organizations.
OPA today announced a new season of online programming featuring artists and arts administrators engaged with critical public health and social justice issues. Programs include a play screening and discussion, training sessions for artists, and a call for hosts for the third season of OPA’s Instagram Live series.
The Office of Public Art (OPA) is pleased to support the release of Miguel Sagué Jr.’s album, “Songs From the Stone Hoop”. Miguel Sagué Jr. is one of the artists selected for OPA’s Artists Bridging Social Distance in the Public Realm initiative, funded by the Investing in Professional Artists program of The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Heinz Endowments, and Opportunity Fund.