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The Fairmount Park Art Association is the nation's first private, nonprofit organization dedicated to integrating public art and urban planning. Founded in 1872, the Art Association commissions, interprets, and preserves public art in Philadelphia. This web site contains information about the history and programs of the Art Association, a map and descriptions of over 100 works of public art in Philadelphia, as well as tips for learning about public art in Philadelphia and other cities.

2012 Annual Meeting
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SITE SEEING: REDISCOVER PUBLIC ART THIS SPRING!

Register for the Art Association's 140th Annual Meeting - May 7, 2012

Site Seeing Featured in PW’s Spring Art Preview

PlanPhilly Takes a "New Look" at Outdoor Sculpture

Penny Balkin Bach at Nuit Blanche in Paris

34th Street Magazine Interviews FPAA Intern

Preparing for Open Air

Medal of Honor Awarded to David N. Pincus

FPAA Receives NEA Grant to Support Open Air by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

FPAA Named One of Top Places to See Art Enhance Nature by USA Today

Penny Balkin Bach Named Philly Creative Connector

Fairmount Park Art Association Receives AASLH Award of Merit

Arborists Donate Services for Pavilion in the Trees

A New Landmark: Monument to Labor Installed in Philadelphia

New Design for Philadelphia's International Sculpture Garden

 
 
Jacques Lipchitz, The Spirit of Enterprise (1950-1960)