New works of public art are created each year through the city's Percent For Art budget, grant-funded programs, or community-led initiatives. Here you can see what projects may be underway or upcoming in your neighborhood, as well as learn the details of recently-installed artwork around the city.

For artists, this page can be a resource to learn about what city-led art initiatives are seeking applications.

Currently In Progress

Artists are currently at work developing projects around the city - visit each tab below to find out more.

  • Arsenal Park Public Art

    Fusion Trail, a new series of sculptures coming to Arsenal Park by artists Sasha Reisin and Carolina Huffmann.

  • Art in Parks: Riverview Park

    Artists Sans façon and Steve Gurysh's multi-component artwork, Pictures of the Future, exploring the ecology and community of the park and its environment.

  • Homewood Park Public Art

    New artworks being designed for the renovation of Homewood Park by artists Camerin Nesbit, Juliandra Jones, Mikael Owunna, and Najja Moon.

  • South Side Park Public Art

    Cloud Well, a new work of art by artist Carin Mincemoyer, being planned for South Side Park's Phase 1 renovation.

Recently Completed

Learn about new works of public art that have been installed in the last few years.

  • Flora

    New figurative bronze sculpture by Marlana Adele Vassar in Highland Park.

  • Grit, Flow, Grow

    Sculptural work by OOA Designs created through the Art in Parks program in Emerald View Park

  • In Fields Of Friends

    Sculptural work by Matthew Geller created through the Art in Parks program in Frick Park

  • Together

    Interactive sculpture by The Urban Conga created through the Art in Parks program in Highland Park

  • Drip, Seep, Run

    Sculptural installation by Ginger Brooks Takahashi created through the Art in Parks program in Schenley Park


Find out how to get involved with future public art projects being planned for city neighborhoods.

  • Percent For Art 2024

    Percent For Art projects are in early planning stages for Beechview, Hazelwood, and the Hill District.

    Learn more about these projects and the Percent For Art program here.

Calls For Artists

Keep track of new opportunities for artists to apply for public art projects.

The next round of calls for artists will be posted in early 2024.

An Artist Information Session recorded in 2022 is available to review the steps necessary to register and submit an application on the City's procurement platform.

View the recording here.

View the presentation here.