Fargo Public Art
Fargo Arts and Culture Commission is committed to integrating art into public spaces, supporting local artists, and bringing quality art and creative expression to the Fargo community. The Arts and Culture Commission is currently seeking public input to guide the installation of public art. Public art includes any work displayed within public spaces, with the goal of being accessible to everyone.
Which of these themes appeals to you most?
Select up to three.
Celebrating the Red River - Public art focuses attention on Fargo’s river to increase use of this natural resource, raise awareness of its value, and the importance of river stewardship.
Emerging Cultural Diversity - Public art brings communities together and creates opportunities for understanding and awareness building between different cultures.
Growing City - Public art creates a sense of place in new and emerging neighborhoods welcoming residents and visitors to gather together.
Embracing Winter and Seasonality - Public art celebrates the cold of winter, the warmth of summer, and everything in between.
The City on the Great Plains - Public art emphasizes the vast landscape that Fargo is built upon.
Water Appreciation - Public art creates a connected network of parks and trails using waterways and builds a sense of identity for Fargo neighborhoods.
Which of these types of public art have you enjoyed in Fargo?
Select up to four.
Where do you currently go to experience public art?
Select all that apply.
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