The City of Burbank’s Art in Public Places Program was founded on the belief that the visual environment plays an essential role in creating the atmosphere for an enterprise culture and civic confidence, vital to growth and improvement. This program has made it possible for recognized artists to enhance public spaces throughout the City with sculpture, murals, and environs. The art pieces have become emblematic to Burbank’s commitment to the enrichment of the City’s cultural and educational identity.
NEWS & UPDATES
“The Hats” at Lincoln Park (300 N. Buena Vista St.) is now open to the public!
The three interactive art pieces were dedicated on December 18, 2018 and are a part of the Lincoln Park Public Art Garden. "The Hats" were designed by a team of two artists, Michael Davis and Eugene Daub, who crafted the pieces to tie into the history of Burbank. Click here for more information.
Call for Artist(s): Verdugo Aquatic Facility Public Art Project
Click here to learn more about the opportunity for an artist or team of artists to design, fabricate and install public art near the entrance of the Verdugo Aquatic Facility.
ART IN PUBLIC PLACES COMMITTEE
The Art in Public Places Committee is responsible for selecting, advising and approving public art works for placement in municipal development projects.
ART IN PUBLIC PLACES ORDINANCES
The Burbank Art in Public Places Ordinance was passed in May 1992. It requires that 1% of major construction project costs be allocated towards on-site art, or if desired, be placed in the Public Art Fund, which is utilized to enhance or maintain art located on public land.
MAP OF PUBLIC ART PIECES AND SELF-GUIDED TOURS
Explore Burbank's Art in Public Places through our interactive map and self-guided tours featuring a complete collection of the Art in Public Places Program installations, depicting a glimpse of the history and diversity of Burbank's complete collection. Click here for self-guided tour.
PUBLIC ART PHOTO GALLERY
View pictures of all Burbank's Art in Public Places!
Click Here to explore a brief selection of the over 30 City Sponsored Art Installations developed through the Public Art Fund.