Are there any good sources to locate public art sites in New York City? A Japanese publisher seeks the source to compile a map.greenspun.com : LUSENET : Public Art : One Thread
A Japanese publisher is seeking a source to compile a map for New York City's public art sites (sculptures, murals, etc.). I've been looking through several web sites, but there seems to be none. If you know any sources, please e-mail me.
-- Miyako Yoshinaga (MiyakoY@aol.com), February 11, 1998
MTA--Metropolitan Transit Authority, New York State: Creative Stations (discontinued program but art remains installed in many cases) and Arts for Transit (permanent art installations)--Sandra Bloodworth, Director. City of New York percentage for the Arts Program (current contacts unknown), Creative Time, Public Art Fund, New York Parks Department.............You can start here. There is lots more.
I have a piece in the subway in Manhattan, MTA Creative Stations, installed indefinitely (though not officially permanently.
Your project sounds very good and it is very much needed.
Thanks, Jennifer Kotter
Please feel free to contact me for further details.
-- Jennifer Kotter (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 15, 1998.
I have a GIS created may for public art in Hillsborough County, Florida --it's the "big guava" not the "big apple."
-- Jan Stein (email@example.com), August 03, 1998.
Charlotte Cohen is the director of The NYC Percent for Art Program (212-841-4222 this number may have changed because their office moved to another building Summer 1998) which commissions public art for all NYC construction and renovation projects. A percentage of 1% of all capitol budgets are reserved for creating public art. Michelle Cohen or Gregory Frux(718-391-6517) at Public Art for Public Schools, The NYC Bd of Education administer scores of public art throughout our school system. I have completed 3 NYC % for art projects. You may contact me if you wish.
-- (Holderobin@aol.com), October 31, 1998.
The two people that I have spoken with in NY were Elise DeMarzo, Curator of Public Art (212)360.8163 and Johnathan Kuhn, Office of Art and Antiquity (212)360.3410.
-- Erik Stolz (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 07, 1999.