Office of Public Art is pleased to present Public Art Training Camp, a six-week training series for artists and arts administrators at any stage of their career, and for those seeking to work with artists in a community setting. The sessions will be held virtually via Zoom and will take place Thursdays from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM, October 7 through November 11, 2021.
Digital livestream conversations to continue, June through August. This season the roster of hosts and guests will focus on artists and individuals who are directly addressing environmental issues.
The Office of Public Art (OPA) released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a visual artist or artist team to design a sculptural relief artwork that will be incorporated into concrete sound barrier panels as part of a highway reconstruction project.
The Office of Public Art (OPA) is pleased to announce their calendar of spring events. While in-person programming is still on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OPA continues to engage with its audience through online formats for their public programming.
The Office of Public Art and Neighborhood Allies, in collaboration with the Borough of Millvale, Millvale Community Library, and Triboro Ecodistrict, are pleased to announce an open artist call for the Public Art and Communities (PAC) program.
Artist designed, self-guided tour invites participants to explore Pittsburgh public art by Black and femme artists. The tour uses illustrated postcards as a guide to different works of art.