More Sculptures Added to Roswell’s Permanent Public Art Collection

Closing our second year of the ArtAround Roswell Sculpture Tour, Roswell Arts Fund is thrilled to gift three sculptures to the City of Roswell. Reception, Sweet Pops of Brilliance, and Sentience will all remain permanently in Roswell thanks in part to generous donations by local businesses and residents. Steady has also been purchased by The Hagan Family Foundation.

Why Art is in our Hearts

Why Art is in our Hearts

“Holistically, analogies can be used to tell the story of how the arts make a difference in communities with statistics and facts to underscore it. It really is quite remarkable,” said Ann Cramer as she shared an insightful story on the true value of art.

Public Art at Fire Station #4: Bucket Brigade Honors Teamwork, Community

Public Art at Fire Station #4: Bucket Brigade Honors Teamwork, Community

The opening of Roswell’s new Fire Station #4 is a great achievement for our city—the culmination of a vision and many years of team work by our fire department, city officials, and the design and construction teams that brought the new facility to life.

Is it a Bridge? Streetlamp? Stairs? Art? It’s Both!

Is it a Bridge? Streetlamp? Stairs? Art? It’s Both!

Infrastructure is the connective tissue of most places. How we get from here to there, whether that journey is five miles or five hundred miles. Today, we are witnessing a trend in transportation departments that places the user’s experience critical to the planning process, a movement to not just build, but build more livable communities with a focus on improved quality of life.

Artists in Residence

Artists in Residence

In 2005, Public Art Saint Paul, a private non-profit collaborated with the City to launch the City Artist in Residence Program (CAIR). Artists in Residence are employees of Public Art Saint Paul and work across City agencies. City Ordinance states that artists shall be involved in the design, implementation and integration of art in public projects including preparation of plans by private consultants. The CAIRs presence at the earliest stages of new thinking ensures a systemic impact on the city’s infrastructure, water, forest, daily function and use of public spaces.