The Chicago Public Art Collection includes more than 700 works of art exhibited in over 150 municipal facilities around the city, such as police stations, libraries, and CTA stations. As part of the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, the Public Art Program administers the Chicago Public Art Collection and implements the City’s Percent for Art Ordinance. The Collection provides the citizens of Chicago with an improved public environment and enhances city buildings and spaces with quality works of art by professional artists.
Chicago Public Art Call
City of Chicago: Chinatown Branch Library
The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), working closely with the Chicago Public Library and other project partners and stakeholders in the Chinatown community, invites professional artists who live and/or work in the Chicagoland area to submit their interest in a public art commission for the new Chinatown Branch Library.
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For information on the Public Art Percent-for-Art Ordinance, Chicago Public Art Guide, Policies & Procedures, Percent-for-Art Fund Financial Statements and Applications, click here.
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