• PASP welcomes its new President and Executive Director, Mohannad Ghawanmeh!

    Mohannad Ghawanmeh is an experienced arts leader with a strong commitment to art that lifts up communities and share stories and histories. He is published scholar, with a dozen recognitions and distinctions, who has developed public art in multiple cities. He is returning to the Twin Cities and Minnesota, where he attended college and worked…

  • Wakpa Triennial Recognition

    Wakpa Triennial was voted among the Best New Festivals! Nominated by a panel of experts at USA Today, the Wakpa Triennial was among 19 new festivals nominated to be in the Top Ten Best New Festivals in USA Today’s 10 Best Readers Poll. You voted us into the No. 5 spot in the top 10!…

  • Listening to the Mississippi by Monica Moses Haller

    Where to listen? “Listening to the Mississippi” is an iterative project, a grouping of underwater sounds recorded in and around the river, a series of artworks and actions that have unfolded over 10 years. In this iteration, the project takes the form as a series of seven soundtracks and a book, “notes for listening.” Visitors can…

  • Wakpa Triennial Opening Day Celebrations

    PRESENTED BY OYATE HOTANIN WITH PUBLIC ART SAINT PAUL Saturday, June 24 11 AM – 12:30 PM FREE Raspberry Island, Saint Paul Schubert Club Bandshell   On this first day that Triennial art projects and installations will be open to the public, we launch the Wakpa Triennial with an event in the heart of Wakpa…

  • Opening Week Dinner of the Wakpa Triennial

    Tickets Here! From all of us at Public Art Saint Paul, we hope you will join us for a fabulous evening to gather and welcome the first installation of the Wakpa Triennial Art Festival of the Twin Cities! Join us at the Intercontinental Saint Paul Riverfront Hotel in downtown Saint Paul on Tuesday, June 20th for a delicious…

  • Explore The Seven Council Fires

    Learn more about The Seven Council Fires from the Minnesota Historical Society here. The Seven Council Fires (Oceti Ŝakowiŋ) is an overview of Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota cultural objects — totaling approximately 1,000 items — that can be found in the Minnesota Historical Society’s artifact collection.

  • Minnesota’s First People

    Read how the Dakota have shaped the state here: The Land, Water, and Language of the Dakota, Minnesota’s First People  

  • Bdote Memory Map

    Enjoy this beginning resource for understanding more about the Dakota people’s relationship to Minnesota from the Minnesota Humanities Center. Try traveling the directions in a traditional way – East (We Are Home), South (Dakota Greeting), West Mnisota: A Dakota Place) and then North for the core of the site – the Memory Map.

  • Communications Internship

    Email resume and cover letter to Ruby Kinney (ruby@publicartstpaul.org) by Sunday, May 14, 2023 for consideration. Communications Intern June 5, 2023 – October 1, 2023 $1,500 stipend 15 hours/week Public Art Saint Paul Public Art Saint Paul is a private nonprofit that places artists in leading roles in our community to shape public spaces, improve city systems,…

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