About Public Art

Louisville Metro Government established a Public Art Initiative in 2010 following the City’s first Public Art Master Plan. The purpose of the Public Art Initiative is to provide high quality art installations, management of the City’s permanent collection, and administrative support services to the public so that all residents and visitors may benefit from an enhanced visual environment.

The Public Art Initiative is part of the Office of Advanced Planning and Sustainability within Louisville Forward. The Initiative is supported primarily through government funds and in part by private donations.

The Commission on Public Art (COPA) is a Louisville Metro Government Commission established to advocate for public art throughout Louisville, advise on public policy including the management of the public art collection, and conduct periodic reviews of the Public Art Master Plan.

Louisville Metro is a proud member of  Americans for the Arts.

Mayor Fischer's Strategic Plan

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Sarah Lindgren, Public Art Administrator
Public Art is located in the Metro Development Center Suite 600 at 444 South Fifth Street.