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Temporary Public Art

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 Photograph of window artwork, Seen by Kristin Bauer.

 

To see examples of past temporary projects, including PLATform and previous IN FLUX cycles, visit the Tempe Public Art Interactive Map

Tempe Public Art is home to several temporary art initiatives that encourage emerging and seasoned artists to create innovative pieces in the City.  These dynamic projects offer new perspective on the connections between community organizations, local businesses, artists and audiences.

Presently, Tempe is a partner with IN FLUX, a multi-city program that was launched in 2010 as an initiative for temporary, site-specific installations in vacant spaces. IN FLUX provides a unique opportunity for artists to expand their skill-sets, innovatively apply their creativity, and garner public recognition for their work. To learn more, visit www.influxaz.org

Contact:
Rebecca Blume Rothman, Director of Public Art
Allison Porterfield, Public Art Assistant
Christine Beatty, Public Art Assistant

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