Public Art Lincoln is an ongoing project which attempts to provide information on public art pieces within the city. Created by the Lincoln Arts Council, the hope of this project was to acknowledge how public art can be a positive influence to our community through it’s historical, sentimental, or symbolic meanings.

On Public Art Lincoln, you can browse Lincoln’s public art based on location, a map can be used to visualize locations in the city, and find more art near you. Our News section features updates to what is happening in Lincoln, stories from the past, and important artists or pieces. Get involved with the collection by uploading your own photos to the Community Photo Page!

For more information, or if you have any questions, feel free to contact publicart@artscene.org

Lincoln Arts Council | Artscene.org

The Lincoln Arts Council (LAC) serves as the central arts information and service agency for the city of Lincoln. The LAC provides support for Lincoln artists and arts organizations through programs and services that sustain and expand the capacity of the Lincoln arts community.

Lincoln Partners for Public Art Development (LPPAD)

The Mission of the Lincoln Partners for Public Art Development (“LPPAD”) is to develop a public art collection of national prominence in Lincoln, Nebraska, which will enrich the quality of life for Lincoln’s residents, complement the City’s exceptional educational and cultural amenities and support a positive economic environment in the community. This program will serve to unify the community, to encourage creativity, and to reflect the diverse cultural heritage of Lincoln residents. The quality of the program and its projects will attract visitors, enhance their experience, and bring national recognition and prestige to the City of Lincoln.

For more information on getting involved in public art in Lincoln visit:
http://lincoln.ne.gov/city/art/ or contact Diane Gonzolas at 402-441-7831 or dgonzolas@lincoln.ne.gov