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About meForecast Public Art
2300 Myrtle Avenue, Suite 160
Saint Paul, MN 55114

Forecast's Mission:
Our mission is to strengthen and advance the field of public art--locally, nationally and internationally--by expanding participation, supporting artists, informing audiences and assisting communities.

- Public Art Review is the world’s leading journal critically exploring contemporary public art. Created in 1989, the Review has grown from a black and white newspaper format with a few hundred readers to a glossy 100-page magazine with approximately 10,000 readers in all fifty states and twenty foreign countries.

- Our grant program awards competitive grants each year to emerging and mid-career Minnesota artists. Grants range in size from $2,000 for research and development to $50,000 for public projects.

- Our consulting practice helps create public art by providing project management for community groups, organizations, government agencies, and individual artists seeking to enhance public space.

About my libraryThe Public Art Library was established in 2007. The library’s collection is comprised of trade subscriptions, books reviewed or listed in Public Art Review, and generous donations from Forecast supporters.

Housed in Forecast’s office, the Public Art Library maintains a non-circulating collection of more than 2,000 print, digital, and multimedia materials from the field of public art. Our mission is to make public art resources from around the world accessible to artists, students, educators, and community members.

With a collection as diverse as the field of public art itself, the library includes exhibition catalogues, artist monographs, journals and periodicals, reference materials, public art maps and guides, and DVDs.

The Public Art Library is open to the public for in-house use by appointment Monday – Friday during business hours. Please call 651-641-1128 or email Amelia at for more information.



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