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Rotating Public Art Exhibition Program

Rotating Public Art Exhibition
The Rotating Public Art Exhibition Program seeks to create an outdoor art gallery to enliven the urban landscape, create a dynamic visual experience for residents and visitors, create more venues for artwork in the City, increase exposure and opportunities for artists who live and work in Pasadena, educate the public about public art by stimulating discussion, provide a cultural draw for tourists and provide entrée for artists new to public art.  Artworks were installed from August through December 2011. All nine artworks of the inaugural phase of the program are now installed and available for viewing. Lighting installation will be complete this winter, and a dedication event is being planned for early spring. Please click on the links below for additional information.

In The News

Submissions sought for Rotating Public Art program in Pasadena
Sites chosen for this second phase are: the median at West Washington Boulevard and Glen Avenue; 233 W. Mountain St. and Sunset Avenue; East Foothill Boulevard and East Walnut Street; East Sierra Madre Boulevard and New York Drive; Oakwood Place and South Lake Avenue; Madison Avenue and Colorado Boulevard; Pasadena Convention Center; and 235 S. Bonnie Ave. and East Del Mar Boulevard.   (3/29/13) Courtesy of the Pasadena Star News.