The objectives of the Public Arts Board are to enrich the City's civic and cultural heritage; to promote a rich, diverse, and stimulating cultural environment in order to enrich the lives of the City's residents, business owners, employees, and all visitors; and to establish an environment where differing points of view are fostered, expected, and celebrated by providing the opportunity for such expression through the display of public art.

If you have any questions or comments regarding the Public Arts Board, please contact Brooks Cowan at 248.530.1846. 

Board Member   Term Expires
Barbara Heller Regular Member 1/28/2024
Monica Neville Regular Member 1/28/2024
Annie VanGelderen Regular Member/Artist/Major Cultural Institution 1/28/2023
Anne Ritchie Regular Member 1/28/2022
Jason Eddleston Regular Member 1/28/2022
Linda Wells Regular Member 1/28/2022
Peggy Daitch Alternate Member 1/28/2023
Natalie L. Bishai Regular Member 01/28/2023
Marla Kaftan Alternate 1/28/2022
Hadley Lovell Student Representative 12/31/2021
Nora Sherifaj Student Representative 12/31/2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

View Public Arts Board Agendas & Meeting Minutes

The City of Birmingham is conducting a call for entry for new sculptures in four locations and can provide a $2,000 stipend for approved artwork. Learn more about the Call For Entry locations here.

Interested in exploring the public art surrounding downtown Birmingham? Download a 2 page tour map and brochure here .

Learn more about Birmingham's 16 sculptures and the Art in Public Spaces program.

A photo collection of the City's sculptures may be found on Birmingham's Art in Public Spaces Pinterest .

The application for a sculpture loan or donation to the City can be found here.

Scrolling through the map below will include sculpture locations throughout Birmingham, Michigan. Clicking on each location will bring up a photo of each sculpture along with the title and artist name.