Are you a business owner?

Our C.A.R.E.S. Grant Program is here to help.

C.A.R.E.S – Community Art Responds to the Economic Shutdown in Palm Springs

Palm Springs Public Arts is Everywhere.

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Line Segments
by Ryan Campbell

 

Isabelle
By Voss Andrae

 

Palm Springs Babies
by David Cerny

Are you a local business owner? Our C.A.R.E.S. Grant Program is here to help.

Supporting the arts in Palm Springs.

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.

About
PS Public Arts Commission

Established in 1988 by the Palm Springs City Council, The Public Arts Commission consists of seven members, appointed by the Council, to serve at the pleasure of the Council.

 

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Free Thursday Evenings
at Palm Springs Art Museum

Lectures, conversations, collections and more! Thursday Nights FREE museum admission from 4:00 – 8:00 pm. *Due to COVID-19, the Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed temporarily.

 

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Art Is Everywhere Grant
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PS Public Arts is working with the Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (ONE PS) organization to activate public art projects throughout our community.

 

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Are you an artist? 

Sign Up for the Artist Directory.

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.

Gerald Clark Road Signs
Latest Project

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

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