Winning Murals For Yates Garage Towers AnnouncedFebruary 16, 2013 14 comments Print Article
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville's Art in Public Places (APP) Committee is launching a series of new public art murals for the downtown urban core with the announcement of two mural design winners for the Art in Public Places Yates Parking Garage mural project. Join us after the jump for a sneak peak at the two winners.
Article by Stephen Dare
About The Art in Public Places Program
The City of Jacksonvilles Art in Public Places Program, founded in 1997, has been administered by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville since 2006. Together with the Council, the Art in Public Places Committee strives to acquire, maintain, and perform responsible stewardship of public art throughout the City to enhance the stature of the City through the commitment to artists and their disciplines as vital elements of urban dynamics and economic development.
About the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville champions the appreciation, relevance and expression of art and culture. The Council funds 22 cultural organizations through the City of Jacksonvilles annual appropriation to the arts, provides professional development opportunities for individual artists, conducts research for the field and promotes Jacksonvilles economic vibrancy by using arts and culture as community building tools.