The City of Austin's Art in Public Places (AIPP) program acquires and maintains works of art for City facilities through commissions, donations and loans for the cultural enrichment of the Austin community.  AIPP is a program of the Cultural Arts Division within the City of Austin's Economic Development Department.

In 1985, the City of Austin became the first municipality in Texas to make a commitment to include works of art in construction projects.  By ordinance, 2% of eligible capital improvement project budgets are allocated to commission or purchase art for that site.  The AIPP Collection is found at sites such as the airport, convention center, libraries, parks, police stations, recreation centers, and streetscapes, enhancing public spaces for all residents and visitors to our City.  

 

 

Open Calls

Govalle Neighborhood Park Pool Improvement - $45,800 - Deadline: 10/27/2016

 

Pre-Qualified Artist Pool

 
Reginald Adams
Houston, TX
 
 
Jose Antonio Aguirre
Pasadena, CA
 
 
OLANIYI AKINDIYA
Austin, TX
 
 
WON Mural Society
New Orleans, LA
 
 
Seyed Alavi
Oakland, CA
 
 
Volkan Alkanoglu
Boston, MA
 
 
Grimanesa Amoros
New York, NY
 
 
Deborah Aschheim
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Ilan Averbuch
Long Island City, NY
 
 
Brent Baggett
Austin, TX
 
 
Garin Baker
New Windsor, NY
 
 
Jill Bedgood
Georgetown, TX
 
 
Pete Beeman
Portland, OR
 
 
Melissa Borrell
Austin, TX
 
 
Beliz Brother
Seattle, WA
 
 
Ed Carpenter
Portland, OR
 
 
John Christensen
Austin, TX
 
 
Ryah Christensen
Austin, TX
 
 
Sunyong Chung
Austin, TX
 
 
Sheila Levrant de Bretteville
Hamden, CT
 
 
Matthew Dehaemers
Shawnee, KS
 
 
Integrated Visions
Brooklyn, NY
 
 
Fidencio Duran
Austin, TX
 
 
Eric Eley
Dallas, TX
 
 
Christopher Fennell
Birmingham, AL
 
 
Sandra Fiedorek
Austin, TX
 
 
Virginia Fleck
Austin, TX
 
 
THEVERYMANY
Brooklyn, NY
 
 
Dixie Friend Gay
Houston, TX
 
 
Ann Gardner
Seattle, WA
 
 
Thoughtbarn
Austin, TX
 
 
Megan Geckler
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Matthew Geller
New York, NY
 
 
Andrew Bellatti Green
Austin, TX
 
 
Nikolaus Hafermaas
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Blessing Hancock
Tucson, AZ
 
 
Harries Héder
Cambridge, MA
 
 
Ralph Helmick
Newton, MA
 
 
Carter Hodgkin
New York, NY
 
 
Leticia Huerta
Helotes, TX
 
 
Jon Isherwood
Hudson, NY
 
 
Christopher Janney
Lexington, MA
 
 
Sook Jin Jo
New York, NY
 
 
Jun Kaneko
Omaha, NE
 
 
Anne Marie Karlsen
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Shona Kitchen
Cranston, RI
 
 
Sheila Klein
Bow, WA
 
 
Kipp Kobayashi
Claremont, CA
 
 
Adam Kuby
Portland, OR
 
 
RE:site Studio
Houston, TX
 
 
Legge Lewis Legge
Austin, TX
 
 
Rob Ley
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Donald Lipski
New York, NY
 
 
Beili Liu
Austin, TX
 
 
Janet Lofquist
Minneapolis, MN
 
 
Elena Manferdini
Venice, CA
 
 
BROODWORK
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Joe O'Connell
Tucson, AZ
 
 
Eto Otitigbe
Austin, TX
 
 
COLLIDE
Austin, TX
 
 
Animalis
Austin, TX
 
 
Mia Pearlman
Brooklyn, NY
 
 
Tim Prentice
West Cornwall, CT
 
 
Jennifer Prichard
Austin, TX
 
 
New American Public Art
Somerville, MA
 
 
Richard Rhodes
Seattle, WA
 
 
Norie Sato
Seattle, WA
 
 
Thomas Sayre
Raleigh, NC
 
 
Vicki Scuri
Lake Forest Park, WA
 
 
Ansen Seale
San Antonio, TX
 
 
Buster Simpson
Seattle, WA
 
 
Phillip Smith
Indio, CA
 
 
Aaron Stephan
Portland, ME
 
 
Michael Stutz
Fallbrook, CA
 
 
Cheetham & Tarsney
Austin, TX
 
 
Mary Van Cline
Austin, TX
 
 
Paul Vexler
Snohomish, WA
 
 
Benjamin Volta
Philadelphia, PA
 
 
Walczak & Heiss
Brooklyn, NY
 
 
Living Lenses Artist Team Wang
Berkeley, CA
 
 
Sally Weber
Austin, TX
 
 
Emily White
Pasadena, CA
 
 
Bhakti Ziek
Randolph, VT
 
 
Susan Zoccola
Seattle, WA
 

 

 

Phone: 512-974-7700

Fax: 512-974-6379

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Mailing Address:
City of Austin
Economic Development Department
P.O. Box 1088
Austin, TX 78767

Physical Address:
201 E. Second Street
Austin , TX 78701

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