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The goal of the Public Arts Commission of the City of Palm Springs is to engage our community in our public art collection, create a dialogue on the importance of public art and to determine a vision for the next years of stewardship for public arts in Palm Springs.
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We have created this Artist Portal for Public Arts to help local desert artists expand their public profile to the greater Coachella Valley community. Our goal is to expand public art opportunities for local artists with the general public and local public arts officials.
Road Signs by Gerald Clark
The Palm Springs Public Arts Commission is proud to announce that the first installation in its “Art is Everywhere” initiative, Cahuilla Road Signs by artist Gerald Clarke, is now on view. Thirteen of these Road Signs have been installed in six city parks.
The artist repurposes the yellow road sign—which is commonly used as a warning or informational sign—as a motif for this project. Clarke inscribes them with images of flora and fauna from the natural world, along with their names in the Cahuilla language.
Icon Street Benches by Tysen Knight
Line Segments by Ryan Campbell
Line Segments. Palm Springs, California 2019. 10’ x 90’ exterior latex and spray paint on concrete.
This project was also included as a Parallel Project of @_desertx
Films by @visualcache