Jan. 9, 2013
Celebrating more than 25 years of excellence in public art, the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture has created a 2013 public art calendar, featuring 12 exemplary pieces from the city's collection of site-specific projects.
Projects include Waterworks at Arizona Falls, Ponderosa Stables, Ed Pastor Pedestrian Bridge, Black Mountain Police Station terrazzo floor, Little Canyon Trail public art, Social Invertebrates at Phoenix Convention Center and Sky Harbor International Airport Terminal 3 terrazzo floor.
Calendars are $10, checks made payable to the city of Phoenix. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Public Art Maintenance Fund, which maintains 150 site-specific public art pieces and more than 1,000 portable pieces dating back to 1915.
To purchase a calendar or for more information, contact Scott Steventon at 602-534-8334 or email@example.com.
The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture was established by the Phoenix City Council in 1985 to advance the growth and development of the city’s arts and cultural community. The office manages the city’s public art program, administers a grants program, supports arts education and oversees the Cultural Facilities Bond Program.