Cee Neuner and I are co-hosting this challenge and will take turns every other week exploring art in public places. We invite you to join in the fun of exposing public art where you find it – at home or in your travels.
Do you love to take pictures of murals, statues in parks, and other public art displays? Photographing Public Art Challenge (PPAC) is your opportunity to reveal all those interesting photos that have never had a place. PPAC gives you a venue to show places you visit or live through the arts.
“What distinguishes public art is the unique association of how it is made, where it is, and what it means.”Association for Public Art
As writers of this challenge, we don’t have all the answers. We will explore a deeper meaning of public art as we go through the challenge.
“…every public art project is an interactive process involving artists, architects, design professionals, community residents, civic leaders, politicians, approval agencies, funding agencies, and construction teams.Association for Public Art
- Seasonal Displays
- Statues and Sculptures
- Store Windows
- Car Shows
- Artistic Construction (benches, buildings, bridges)
- Wall Art (not just murals)
- Art has to be freely visible from a public street, freeway, or walkway.
- Photographers should have free access of use for their photos – no copyrights by the artists.
- The challenge starts every Friday by 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time.
- Write a post on your blog, publish it, and include a link back to the appropriate host’s post – not on Cee’s or Marsha’s #PPAC page. Also write us a comment and paste the link into the comment. Sometimes pingbacks are missed.
- Visit at least two or three other participants in the community and leave them a comment.. .
- PPAC #1 – Marsha
- PPAC #2 – Cee
- PPAC #3 – Marsha
- PPAC #4 – Cee
- PPAC #5 – Marsha
- PPAC #6 – Cee
- July 30 PPAC #7 – Marsha