Home Tags Fort Wayne Public Art Commission
Tag: Fort Wayne Public Art Commission
Text of Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry's State of the City address, delivered on February 10, 2021, at the Grand Wayne Center.
A new sculpture is now lighting up a Fort Wayne alley and giving people another reason to visit and enjoy downtown and its public spaces.
Area residents are invited to submit stories that will help influence the creation of two Faces of the Fort murals.
Designers and artists from around the world are invited to take part in the Off the Wall design challenge to create an overhead sculpture in downtown Fort Wayne.
Due to the closing of Citizens Square to the public and efforts to limit person-to-person interactions, the City of Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division is taking the following steps.
The Fort Wayne City Council will discuss a resolution to ask the Fort Wayne Public Art Commission to investigate a public display honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speech given in Fort Wayne on June 5, 1963 at the Scottish Rite.
The City of Fort Wayne Public Art Commission tonight revealed its public art master plan, called Art for All!, filled with “big ideas” for advancing the community’s public art program.
The City of Fort Wayne Public Art Commission is inviting all residents to the reveal of the completed public art master plan, called Art for All.
Highlights from Mayor Tom Henry's 12th State of the City address delivered February 13, 2019.