Broward County, Florida
Skip navigation links
About Us
Arts Education
Events
Funding
Public Art
Resources
Media
Skip navigation links
Calls to Artists
ArtsPark
Design Broward
Lee Wagener Art Gallery
PAD Tour
Artist
City
Inventory
Medium
Venue
30th Anniversary of Public Art
PAD Committee
Park Bond
Public Art Publications
Friends of Public Art
Artist in Residence
FAQ's
30th Anniversary of Public Art
Broward County > Cultural Home > Public Art > PAD Tour > 30th Anniversary of Public Art

 30 Years Public Art & Design logo
The kick-off event took place on January 23 at the Broward County Main Library. It was an evening to remember. It  marked an official point in the Year 2006—the moment that the County proclaimed 2006 as The Year of Public Art.

"The first time that an entire year was dedicated to anything in my history with the County,” said Commissioner Diana Wasserman-Rubin as she read the proclamation.

Video about Broward's Public Art

Self-Guided Public Art Tours

"Flying Saucer Grove" by Martha Schwartz


"Swimming in Knowledge" by Leslie FryThroughout the year, residents and visitors can visit public art projects that are easily accessible via public transit, including Broward County Mass Transit as well as links to municipal transit networks.  Self-guided tour maps also are available at public libraries, bus depots and the Cultural Information Center or by calling the Broward Cultural Division at (954) 357-7457

 

 

  • Public Art & Design -Handbook 2008 (PDF)  
  • Public Art & Design -Five-Year Plan (PDF)
  • Public Art & Design -Map & Tour Guide (PDF) 
  • Public Art & Design -Survey of 30 Years (PDF)    
  • Required Plug-ins: PDF icon  Adobe® Reader® 

    Closing Event - "Broward Light Project"
     

    "Broward Light Project" by Dan Corson
    The year-long 30 th Anniversary Celebration culminated in December 2006 featuring the official dedication of Dan Corson’s light-based public art project, Broward Light Project in Huizenga Plaza in downtown Fort Lauderdale.  This is a permanent installation located on the corner of Andrews Avenue and Las Olas Boulevard.