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Art in Public Spaces

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Art in Public Spaces

The CAA’s Art in Public Spaces program integrates a wide range of public art both above and below sea level. It is designed to foster collaboration, celebrate community and culture, encourage exploration, strengthen the economy, and activate the unique environment of Walton County.

 

The internationally acclaimed program originated in 2018 with the introduction of the nation’s first Underwater Museum of Art (UMA). Since then, the program has expanded to include the Billboard Art Project, a series of murals throughout the County and most recently, The Watersound® Monarch Art Trail (MAT). Further growth plans include the Highway 98 Underpass project which is currently under construction as well as an Artist Directory to shine a spotlight on artists specifically interested in Public Art projects. The directory will be shared for participation in various Walton County projects, and artists may be contracted to design, fabricate, and install public art.

UNDERWATER MUSEUM OF ART

MONARCH ART TRAIL

FOSTER GALLERY SPECIAL EXHIBITS

MURALS

PUBLIC ARTIST DIRECTORY