Archive for the ‘Public Art’ Category

New Rock Garden?

While taking a walk around Jeffrey Fontana Park we noticed a new “Rock Garden” between the Tot Lot and McAbee.  Maybe some young artists at work?

Meet the Artists

The City of San Jose’s Office of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program and Councilmember Johnny Khamis presents:

     Meet the Artists

Come meet the artists selected for the Beautility project at the TJ Martin and Jeffrey Fontana Parks, witness their marvelous wonders, and help provide inspiration.  These artists were selected to apply their artistic touch to all those ugly cement utility vaults in our two parks.

Saturday, Feb. 10 @11 am
Almaden Community Center
6445 Camden Ave, room 3

*For more info & photos click here.

 

Tired of looking at those UGLY concrete blocks in our Parks?

According to an article published by Julia Baum in the  June 16th. Cambrian Resident, artists are being sought to paint murals on park water vaults.  You can read her article at:  http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/06/13/san-jose-artists-sought-to-paint-murals-on-park-water-vaults/.

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