The City of Coral Springs recognizes that public art creates a unique sense of place and distinction, enjoyment and pride for all citizens and visitors to our community. The goal of the Public Art Program is to create a stimulating environment that reflects are enhances the City's heritage, diversity and character through public artworks integrated in the architecture, infrastructure and landscape.
The Public Art Committee is the advisory board on matters pertaining to City's Public Art Program. The Arts Committee was appointed in November 2003. The Public Art Committee prepares the program guidelines, creates the public art plans, researches all public artworks for the City of Coral Springs and reviews and approves public artworks on private properties.
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New Entryway Sculpture on East Atlantic Blvd.
Coral Springs is pleased to announce it's newest commissioned art piece, ColorPlay, created by Ohio based artist Stephen Canneto. The artwork is in celebration for the City's 50th Anniversary. This artwork was inspired by Coral Springs' strong family values; the multicolored glass disks symbolize the City's diversity. The artwork is located at the City's east entryway on Atlantic Blvd.
For more information on the artist, Stephen Canneto, please visit his website at CannetoStudios.com.
Two New Temporary Artworks for Sculpture on Sample
For this years biannual Sculpture on Sample Program, the City is pleased to have South Florida artist Cecilia Lueza displaying two wonderfully colorful sculptures on the corners of NW and SW Sample Road and University Drive. The sculptures will be on display until mid July.
Dual Nature by Cecilia Lueza Tower of Seasons by Cecilia Lueza
Three New Mosaic Glass Murals at Mullins Park
The City recently installed three new building at Mullins Park. The Public Art Committee was pleased to commission McMow Art Glass, Inc., based out of West Palm Beach,to create three sports themed mosaic glass murals.
The Community Development Division develops, coordinates and manages the City's Art in Public Places Program. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. Please visit our City Help Desk or call 954-344-1114.