The Public Art Meeting, held by the Port of San Diego, is taking place on March 3rd, from 10.30am to 12pm in the Board Room at the Port of San Diego Administration Building at 3165 Pacific Highway in Downtown San Diego!
The Public Art Program was created for a healthy, vibrant atmosphere to contribute to a quality and identity of the region. The program is inspired by a few different things such as:
- Encouraging artistic expression
- Inspiring a sense of civic pride
- Addressing social issues and integrating the arts into a community partnership progress.
If you walk along the water front by the San Diego Bay in the Columbia District and Marina District in Downtown San Diego you can find art projects in public spaces on each member city’s tidelands. These projects celebrate San Diego’s international ties, cultural diversity, military significance and unique ocean front environment.
To read the Port of San Diego’s article on this meeting visit
Port of San Diego to Hold Public Art Planning Meeting.
To read 92101 Urban Living’s former blogs about the Art in Downtown San Diego click on North Embarcadero is Blooming with the New Urban Trees 6 Exhibit in Downtown San Diego! and San Diego Urban Trees. ')}