Discover public art in public places from Ventura to San Diego and from Palm Springs to
Catalina Island and Honolulu.
The Public Art in Public
the official data for thousands of permanent public artworks in more than 200 cities
and communities throughout Los Angeles, Southern California and Hawai'i.
These public artworks include historical treasures as well as more recent and innovative approaches, including murals, sculptures, lighting and landscape designs, and transit station art.
With an extensive on-line database and partnerships with Google Maps and Google Cultural Institute's Open Gallery, the Public Art in Public Places Project is an international leader in promoting knowledge and enjoyment of public art on the web and across communities and public places.
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