Community Planning & Economic Development

Public Arts Administration
105 5th Avenue South, Room 200
Minneapolis, MN 55401

Other Public Art Resources

Forecast Public Art

Forecast Public Art strengthens and advances the field of public art locally, nationally and internationally by providing high quality expertise, inspiration and support to make meaningful public art happen. Connecting the energies and talents of artists with the needs and opportunities of communities, Forecast guides its partners in creating public art that expresses a community’s sense of place and pride. Forecast is widely respected for its unique combination of consulting services, grantmaking and resources, including Public Art Review, the world’s leading public art journal.

Springboard for the Arts

Springboard for the Arts is an economic and community development organization for artists and by artists. Springboard for the Arts’ mission is to cultivate vibrant communities by connecting artists with the skills, information, and services they need to make a living and a life. Their work is about creating communities and artists that have a reciprocal relationship, where artists are key contributors to community issues and are visible and valued for the impact they create. They do this work by creating simple, practical solutions and systems to support artists.

Metropolitan Regional Arts Council

The Metropolitan Regional Arts Council increases access to the arts in 7-county metropolitan area communities by providing information, organizational support and grants. is an online database of Minnesota artists and organizations from all disciplines. It offers to Minnesota-based artists a central gathering place on the Web and the public a new way to explore art and get to know artists. In addition to providing artists and organizations with a web page containing images and information, provides news and features about the local arts scene from a variety of sources

Innovative Graffiti Prevention Micro Grants for 2014

The City of Minneapolis’ Division of Solid Waste and Recycling announces the availability of Innovative Graffiti Prevention Micro Grants for 2014! The intent of the program is to assist communities and neighborhood-based organizations with community projects that have an emphasis on the prevention of graffiti through anti-graffiti education, physical graffiti prevention installations, rapid abatement of graffiti, and other methods.


Last updated Mar 11, 2014