Crediting Our Public Artists
Taking images of public art works and sharing your experiences is one of the most fun reasons to engage with public art. As a community, we care deeply about the artists who have contributed the artworks we enjoy every day. Please be sure to credit artists when you share your photos. If you have an interest in using public artwork present in this database for commercial purposes, please contact
at the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Taking your own images of public artwork does not release you from the responsibility of artist credit and/or compensation.
Public Art Database Support and Partners
This site is produced and managed by the Greater Columbus Arts Council and supported by public art collections across the state. We are grateful to the contributors to this database which include collections held by and/or documented by:
The Arts Commission of Greater Toledo,
City of Columbus,
Columbus Metropolitan Libraries,
Dublin Arts Council,
The City of Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Division,
City of Kettering,
Downtown Mansfield Inc.,
Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority,
Heritage Ohio’s Historic Theater Inventory,
John Glenn Columbus International Airport,
Licking County Foundation,
Ohio Arts Council’s Percent for Art program,
Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory,
Short North Arts District
City of Sandusky Public Art & Culture. The database was funded in part by a grant from the Ohio Arts Council. Research and development support was provided by Designing Local, OSA Technology Partners and Columbus artist Stephanie Rond. The Columbus Makes Art campaign and
are part of the citywide, collaborative marketing effort designed to highlight the incredible talent of central Ohio artists and connect people with arts experiences.
is the statewide cultural calendar of events and public art. The Greater Columbus Arts Council is supported by the City of Columbus, Franklin County Commissioners and the Ohio Arts Council.
Mission of the Greater Columbus Arts Council:
To support and advance the arts and cultural fabric of Columbus.