Market Square Public Art

Projects are commissioned through the City of Pittsburgh’s Market Square Public Art Program by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.  

The 2016 project is by Allard Van Hoorn.  Learn about past installations in the About the Artwork section above.

 

 

 


Market Square Public Art Program is an initiative of the City of Pittsburgh to engage the city's residents and visitors with with public art.  The program is produced by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership with technical assistance from the Office of Public Art.

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Market Square is one of the most vibrant and visited parks in Pittsburgh.  It's recent renovation has brought  new restaurants, retailers, events, and public programs. Thousands of people enjoy the square and its amenities. Public art is a part of the strategy to encourage more people to visit the square during winter months, transforming the park into an important arts destination.  Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership will be producing temporary projects in the square during the winter months of 2014, 2015, and 2016.  Congregation is the inaugural project of the program.


A Event  OF THE PITETSBURGH DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP AND THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH