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Apply now to @WESTAF's BIPOC Artist Fund! The fund provides resources to and for BIPOC artists who reside in the WESTAF region and will help support artistic practices and goals.

Deadline: February 12, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. MT
Apply now: #BIPOCArtistFund
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We are thrilled for the positive response we’ve received since our site went live on Monday – thank you to all for your support! This is a freely-accessible resource, so be sure to experience it for yourself and spread the word to friends and family. PAArchive photo
IT’S HERE! The newly redesigned Public Art Archive website is LIVE! With new features, collections, interactive maps, and more, this immersive and freely-accessible experience makes exploring and discovering public art across the globe easier than ever! —> PAArchive photo
Three more days until the new #PAA experience officially goes LIVE! We can’t contain our excitement and wanted to give you a sneak peek of what’s to come!

What will you discover during your public art exploration?

#PAA #PublicArtArchive #MakePublicArtMorePublic
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#PAA aims to be the essential, authoritative resource for discovering and learning about public art. We’ve got some big changes coming that are sure to be engaging while offering new and accessible ways for people to experience public art in communities across the globe 🌎.
Martin Luther King Jr. is known as one of the most influential leaders of the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. #MLKDay

Credit: I Have a Dream (2020). By Paul Collins. Kent County, MI. Courtesy Al Jano and Carol Collins
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