Public Art Project

Our mission is to create and facilitate visual stimulation and communication throughout the community while teaching and educating the public about the importance and economic impact of the arts.  We have a three-pronged method to achieve these cultural goals:

Create  Facilitate  Educate

Latest Posts

iClass Program Exhibits Work at Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum

June 29, 2017

  Public Art Project has been working with the 21st Century iClass After School Program to provide arts education to students at Lakewood, Maximo and Melrose Elementary Schools. This year’s program culminated with an exhibition of student work at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum in St Petersburg. We could not be more proud of our students, …

Dream — Children’s Dream Fund Mural — Sebastian Coolidge

June 29, 2017

      Public Art Project was honored to work with another amazing local non-profit, Children’s Dream Fund, to create this mural for their Dream Day event. We think Children’s Dream Fund pretty much summed it up with this statement:  Mural Reveal, City Proclamation, Street Party! Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating our first-ever Dream Day here …

Public Art Project Youth Education Program is Honored to be Working With the 21st Century iClass Program at Lakewood and Maximo Elementaries

May 4, 2017

  Public Art Project is extremely proud to be working with Debra Canning and the amazing 21st Century iClass Program. We will be administering a four week program, based on the theme “My Neighborhood” with students at Lakewood and Maximo elementary schools in St Petersburg. The program culminates with an exhibition of the students’ work at the Carter G. Woodson …