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  • New Staff at PASP!

    Public Art Saint Paul welcomes new staff! Mayumi Park Curator of Community Engagement Mayumi Park (She/Hers) is a graphic designer and a creative placemaking organizer from Upstate NY with a diverse portfolio of experiences ranging from neighborhood public art projects with the Department of Public Art to the LUMA Projection Arts Festival- a large scale…

  • Member Event

    Meet our Sidewalk Poetry Curators of 2019—Saymoukda Vongsay and Tish Jones—two outstanding poets who work in the Twin Cities and beyond. As we gear up for our 2019 Sidewalk Poetry Contest, we are excited to announce that PASP members will have the opportunity to hear about this year’s contest and to meet the Curators of…

  • 2018 Distinguished Public Artists Program

    Lets Talk: Creating Through Dialogue’s Reflection on the Public Art Saint Paul Distinguished Public Artist Program By Jordy Breslau PASP staff member On October 16, 2018, people of the Twin Cities gathered at the Summit Brewery’s Ratskeller Hall for an evening committed to celebrating our creative change-makers. The informal setting created a warm and welcoming…

  • Upcoming PASP Membership Events

    Downtown Walking Tour of Public Art With PASP Executive Director Colleen Sheehy and Intern Jordan Breslau Saturday, October 20, 10 AM – Noon Meet at Public Art Saint Paul’s office at 381 Wabasha Street N. before embarking on a wide-ranging tour of public art in downtown Saint Paul. You’ll experience artworks and places that include…

  • The Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo

    Public art today addresses many societal issues, and many artists regard community engagement activities—getting people together to talk and share their ideas, form new relationships, and build community—as a contemporary public art form. This is certainly the case with Public Art Saint Paul’s work with The Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo, a collaborative…

  • 2018 Distinguished Public Artists Program

    What Is Public Art Today and Why Does It Matter?  A Conversation with Christine Baeumler, Seitu Jones, and Wing Young Huie Moderated by PASP Executive Director Colleen Sheehy Lets Talk: Creating Through Dialogue Reflection on the Public Art Saint Paul Distinguished Public Artist Program By Jordy Breslau PASP staff member On October 16, 2018,…

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