This past Wednesday, New PASP Education and Stewardship Coordinator Ashley Hanson and Office Manager Nic Hager went on a collection assessment, to help acclimate Ashley to the collection. It was a beautiful late-winter day, Cajibracan was smiling, the snow was melting, and it was a good reminder to get into gear for the exciting season to come.
Cajibracan by Peter Morales
Spring is just around the corner! As the ground begins to thaw and the sun begins to shine, we welcome our season of outdoor public art events by inviting you to enjoy the outdoors by exploring Saint Paul's public art and public spaces. As you enjoy the weather and the scenery, please do keep an eye on our public art pieces to see how well they have survived the cold winter months and remember to contact us if you notice any of the pieces in need of a little TLC (651.290.0921).
is a private non-profit that engages artists in shaping the form and experience of Minnesota’s capital city.
Through our advocacy and support, artists collaborate in the planning and design of public places and structures; create works of art for public places; develop temporary installations; and produce public art events.
The prime mover in caring for art in Saint Paul’s civic realm, we clean and restore public artworks and work with public agencies to inventory and assess condition of the City’s public art collection.
We produce and sustain Western Sculpture Park’s sculpture exhibition and cultural programs. We engage young people in awareness and stewardship of public place and art through our education programs.