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CIVIC ART

Since 2004 the Los Angeles County Arts Commission Civic Art Program has implemented over 60 civic art projects for a variety of County facilities. Projects range in size and are managed by a skilled staff dedicated to facilitating innovative projects while providing access to high-quality artistic experiences for the residents of Los Angeles County.

 

Next Starts Now

They Fly Through Water by Sonia Romero

Meet the 49 artists selected for the Civic Artists Prequalified List and view "The Next Starts Now" catalog. They Fly Through Water by Sonia Romero was dedicated at a grand opening ceremony on July 12, 2014 for Belvedere Park Pool—the first olympic sized swimming pool in East Los Angeles. Learn more about this project. 
  

"One Desert Sky" by Brad Howe

 

Fort Moore Pioneer Monument

One Desert Sky by artist Brad Howe was dedicated at a ribbon cutting ceremony for the High Desert Regional Health Center on May 30, 2014. Learn more about the community engagement and artwork fabrication process.

First District Supervisor Gloria Molina announced she is allocating funds to restore the Fort Moore Pioneer Monument. This historic civic artwork was dedicated in 1957 and is on the site of the
original Fort Moore. Learn more about this artwork. 


For more information about the Civic Art Program, contact civicart@arts.lacounty.gov.