May 1, 2018

"WATTS TOWERS:  The Ship and The Pueblo" 

@ Google Arts & Culture

PUBLIC ART IN PUBLIC PLACES presents the first digital exhibit of the Watts Towers, now at Google Arts & Culture.  This 2-part multi-media exhibit presents the history of the towers and its creator, Simon Rodia, and answers how and why Rodia strove for 30 years to create the monumental structures and amazing folk art that thousands of visitors have enjoyed for decades.

This on line exhibit is a permanent contribution by Public Art in Public Places as a Google Cultural Institute partner to Google Arts & Culture's free and openly-accessible digital collection of artworks and cultural features throughout the world.


More About Google Arts & Culture - Google Arts & Culture is a new, immersive way to experience art, history, culture and world wonders from over a thousand organizations worldwide.  Google Arts & Culture was created by the Google Cultural Institute and it is available for free for everyone on the webon iOS and Android. Read more here

About PUBLIC ART IN PUBLIC PLACES PROJECT - PUBLIC ART IN PUBLIC PLACES PROJECT is an international leader in promoting public art enjoyment and knowledge through extensive on-line archives and geographical mapping, pursuing its mission of supporting public art as a catalyst for public discourse and civic engagement.  

Contact info.:

K. M. Williamson, Ph.D. 
Claremont, CA 91711   Irvine, CA 92697