Public Art Program Art is a form of communication that can serve as a connection between citizens and the city in which they live. Thus, public art has the potential of fostering a sense of community identity. Glendale firmly believes that public art is an essential element in instilling citywide pride and vitality, and therefore, takes its responsibility of enhancing citizens' experience of the arts seriously. Public art driving tour
The Gallery at the Glendale Adult Center: Gallery Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mon-Fri
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Artist Opportunities Click here to learn about upcoming open calls to artists in Glendale and around Arizona.
NEW CITY OF GLENDALE FUNDING OPPORTUNITY! The Centerline Arts & Cultural Initiative Rolling Deadline for Applications:
5 p.m. • First Monday of each month • August 2016 to March 2017
The Glendale Public Art Program is pleased to announce an expansion in funding for arts and culture, the 2016-2017 Centerline Arts and Cultural Initiative. The city has developed this program to motivate, increase and support free cultural events and performances to enrich the quality of life and experiences of all Glendale citizens, while increasing foot traffic in the Centerline District. The Centerline District is bounded by 43rd Avenue to the east, 67th Avenue to the west, Myrtle Avenue to the north, and Ocotillo Road to the south. For more information, please contact Mojgan at 623-930-3557 or Mvahabzadeh@glendaleaz.com. Application (PDF) | Application (Word)
Sculpture Donated to City of Glendale
An $18,000 outdoor sculpture by artist Michael Anderson has been donated to the City of Glendale by Mr. Richard H. Whitney & his wife, Mrs. Linda L. Whitney. This generous gift is in memory of Mr. Whitney's grandparents, Clarence & Maude Whitney, who moved from Michigan to the West Valley in the early 1900s. The sculpture has been installed in the Xeriscape Garden near the front entrance of the Main Library, Video Clip from April 26, 2016 City Council Meeting | Photo Slideshow
Excellence in Public Safety: The Art of First Response
by photographic artist, Roni Ziemba Photographic art from Ziemba’s collection, featuring Glendale Police and Firefighters, will be permanently displayed at the Glendale Regional Public Safety Center. This display allows a brief glimpse behind the yellow caution tape rarely seen by the average citizen. Click here for details, images, and video.
IN FLUX - Temporary Artist Installations For the last few years, Glendale Public Art has participated in IN FLUX, a Valley-wide, multi-city initiative to activate public spaces with original art installations by local artists. Click on the artist names below to view current and past installations.