Burbank Arts Utility Box Beautification Program

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In 2015, The City of Burbank’s Cultural Arts Commission, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department and Burbank Water and Power initiated the Utility Box Beautification Program.  The program is intended to help beautify our community, enhancing the lives of our residents as well as those who work in the city.   

The first phase of the project with the theme "Just Imagine" was completed in December 2015 and seven utility boxes were identified throughout the city and painted by seven gifted artists who were selected through a competitive process. A second phase was introduced in 2017, and five more utility boxes have been transformed by gifted artists with the theme "A World of Possibilities".  

Locations and Artists for Utility Boxes:
Robert E Gross Park (Julia Liberali Amancio)
Ralph Foy Park (Hembert Guardado)
Mountain View Park (Marina Karapetian)
Starlight Bowl (Jennifer Swain)
DeBell Golf Club (David Vega)
Verdugo Park (Jennifer Swain)
Rose Garden at Verdugo & Beachwood (Jennifer Turnbull)
George Izay Park (Marina K. Rehrmann)
Robert R. Ovrom Park (Alexandra Kube)
City Hall (Ignacio Gomez)
Bel Aire Park (Trevin Swain)
Brace Canyon Park (Monika Petroczy)

 

To learn more about the program, artists and artwork locations, please visit:

www.streetboxart.com
Click “Locations” tab and select Burbank

As seen on What's New In Burbank! 

 

 

 

The City of Burbank and the Burbank Cultural Arts Commission
would like to thank our generous 2017 Phase 2 project sponsors.

sponsors

Website: BurbankArts.com | Email: burbankarts@burbankca.gov | Phone: 818.238.5397

 

 

In 2015, The City of Burbank’s Cultural Arts Commission, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department and Burbank Water and Power initiated the Utility Box Beautification Program.  The program is intended to help beautify our community, enhancing the lives of our residents as well as those who work in the city.  To that end, seven utility boxes were identified throughout the city and painted by seven gifted artists who were selected through a competitive process.  The project was completed in December 2015.
In 2015, The City of Burbank’s Cultural Arts Commission, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department and Burbank Water and Power initiated the Utility Box Beautification Program.  The program is intended to help beautify our community, enhancing the lives of our residents as well as those who work in the city.  To that end, seven utility boxes were identified throughout the city and painted by seven gifted artists who were selected through a competitive process.  The project was completed in December 2015.
In 2015, The City of Burbank’s Cultural Arts Commission, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department and Burbank Water and Power initiated the Utility Box Beautification Program.  The program is intended to help beautify our community, enhancing the lives of our residents as well as those who work in the city.  To that end, seven utility boxes were identified throughout the city and painted by seven gifted artists who were selected through a competitive process.  The project was completed in December 2015.

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