Art in Public Places

City of Austin Art in Public Places

City of Austin's Public Art
(512) 974-7700aipp@austintexas.govaustincreates.com
Art in Public Places
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Ramon Maldonado and Mondo "Tanner" Martinez

Ramon Maldonado and Mondo "Tanner" Martinez

Chicano Mural, AIPP Martin Pool Mural Restoration

1626 Nash Hernandez Senior Rd

Ryah Christensen and Sun McColgin

Ryah Christensen and Sun McColgin

Abundance ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

401 Deep Eddy Ave

Raasin in the Sun

#BeWellATX murals ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

300 N Lamar Blvd

New American Public Art

New American Public Art

Kempelen's Owls ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

600 W 12th St

Legge Lewis Legge

Legge Lewis Legge

Amphibious ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

410 Sabine St

Ion Art

Ion Art

Tracking the End of the Rainbow ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

124 West 8th St

Capitol View Arts

Black Artists Matter ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

1010 E 11th St

Matthew Rodriguez

Matthew Rodriguez

Window Shade Screens ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

1199 Montopolis Blvd

Agustina Rodriguez

Agustina Rodriguez

Everywhen ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

1198 Montopolis Blvd

Peter Ortiz

Unity and Pride ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

1200 Montopolis Blvd

Beili Liu

Cloud Pavilion ~ AIPP Public Art: #AustinKeepsCreating

111 Sandra Muraida Way

Art in Public Places

About the Artist

Established by the City in 1985, Art in Public Places (AIPP) collaborates with local & nationally-known artists to include the history and values of our community into cultural landmarks which become cornerstones of Austin’s identity. AIPP art is found at sites including the airport, convention center, libraries, parks, police stations, recreation centers, and streetscapes, enhancing public spaces for all.

Artist Statement