City Artist in Residence

Public Art Saint Paul

Funding Received: 2012
St. Paul, MN
$300,000
Funding Period: 1 year and 5 months

Artists will be embedded within public agencies to transform how the city is organized and experienced by expanding the definition of creative placemaking beyond the geography of specific sites to the living systems of the city.

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See below for recent updates, press, and events from this project

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Sep 26, 2016
This past Saturday at downtown St. Paul's Urban Flower Field, all the vestiges of a winding-down summer were on display: falling temperatures, live music and... Read More
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Installation of flora stop sign post; photo by Andy King Updates Saint Paul’s three-decade Residential Street Vitality Program (RSVP) systematically improves all elements of streetscapes:... Read More
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This month, Marcus Young, City Artist in Residence shares updates from the program. Updates I recently presented at the Congress of the American Public Works... Read More
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ArtPlace spoke with Amanda Lovelee and Sarah West, Saint Paul City Artists in Residence from Public Art Saint Paul, about the expansion of the program... Read More
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Public Art Saint Paul (PASP) engages artists in shaping a public realm that fosters imagination, explores and illuminates civic values and the community’s evolving history,... Read More
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Public Art Saint Paul (PASP) engages artists in shaping a public realm that fosters imagination, explores and illuminates civic values and the community’s evolving history,... Read More
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Public Art Saint Paul (PASP) has enhanced civic life in Saint Paul, Minnesota, for 25 years. PASP unites artists with citizens to shape a public... Read More
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Public Art Saint Paul (PASP) initiates and fosters collaboration between artists, the community, and city-making professionals to shape the public realm. They spark imagination, explore... Read More
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Public Art Saint Paul (PASP) has innovated civic life in Saint Paul, Minnesota, for 25 years. PASP unites artists with citizens to shape a public... Read More