The Public Art Program works extensively with local, regional and national artists to bring permanent and temporary artworks that build the visual identity and reflect the diverse and exciting environment of the City of Palo Alto. Through its Percent for Art Program, the City provides opportunities for artists to create original works of art that comprise Palo Alto's rapidly growing collection of permanent and portable artworks.
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Artists who wish to be considered for public art opportunities associated with construction in private development projects, contact Elise DeMarzo by email.
Cubberley Stock: Call for Artists / Presenters
The City of Palo Alto Public Art Program and artist/chef Lexa Walsh invite local artists, performers, and community creatives to submit proposals for a short-term installation or engagement that will temporarily animate the Cubberley Community Center during Spring 2019. Proposals are encouraged to relate to the Cubberley campus, its tenants and/or the Palo Alto community.
Six proposals will be selected to present at Cubberley Stock on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 6 p.m. in the ArtLab (Cubberley U-7). During Cubberley Stock, diners will vote for their favorite proposal to support and the winning artist is awarded the funding from the evening's ticket sales along with matching funds from the Public Art Program to use for their Cubberley-based project.