August 06, 2012
Artists Chosen for Permanent Murals on Cleveland’s New Innerbelt Bridge
After a national search, each of the three artists have local ties to Cleveland
CLEVELAND (Monday, August 6, 2012)– The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), together with LAND studio, is excited to announce that three, local artists have been chosen for the Innerbelt Project public art mural program. To view a short video on the process, visit...
January 09, 2012
After announcing our merger in October 2011, today brings the official launch of LAND studio!
We are grateful for all of your support and are excited about what the future holds. Renovations to our new home are well underway, but until the space is complete (we are anticipating a late February move-in) we will be operating out of the existing ParkWorks and Cleveland...
June 24, 2010
2010 Public Art Year in Review Announced
Baltimore, MD June 24, 2010 In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Public Art Network, Americans for the Arts today announces the 2010 Public Art Year in Review. The Year in Review recognizes 40 of the years best public art works in the United States and Canada, consisting of projects from 29 cities in 15...
October 30, 2008
Cleveland Public Art (CPA) is pleased to announce a new temporary art and landscape installation on Mall B in downtown Cleveland by Toronto-based artists and landscape architects Peter North and Alissa North of North Design Office. The project was installed in May 2008 and will remain until 2010. Entitled The Verdant Walk, the installation creates a stunning landscape by bringing more than 4,000 square feet...
October 30, 2008
Cleveland Public Art (CPA) is pleased to announce the unveiling of a redeveloped park in Cleveland’s Buckeye neighborhood. The park, newly laid out with added greenspace and fresh landscaping, features four new public artworks. CPA, Neighborhood Progress, Inc. (NPI), the Buckeye Area Development Corporation (BADC), ParkWorks, and the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) implemented a comprehensive strategy for transforming the park, now known as...