Public Art / puhb-lik ahrt
1. Public art is art in any media that has been planned and executed with the intention of being staged in the physical public domain, usually outside and accessible to all.

In 2012, the City Commission adopted a public art ordinance to enhance the aesthetic and cultural value of the city by including works of art on public properties within the city. The City Commission next created the Public Art Committee to guide the implementation of this program.

The Public Art Committee strives to create artworks and a public art program that is inventive, unexpected and surprising and to collaborate with the community through its festivals and cultural facilities. Over the last 2.5 years, the City has participated in projects including the Painted Pompano Series, Inside Out, Utility Box Wraps, Broward County VisualEYES Mural Program, and the Barefoot Mailman. The Public Art Committee has created a Ten Year Master Plan, which proposes more than 27 unique projects over the next ten years.

The Public Art Committee generally meets at 5 p.m. every 3rd Thursday of the month in the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. Please check the “Meetings tab” on this website before every meeting as meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Alternate dates and/or cancellations will occur in November/ December.

To learn more about the program, please contact Laura Atria 954.545.7800, #3813. Please also join our Artist Network and stay informed of current and future Call for Artists and other exciting art opportunities taking place in Pompano Beach.

Contact Info

Laura Atria: 954.545.7800, #3813 or

Public Art Master Plan

Check out the public art master plan

Map of Public Art Installations

Florida Mural Trail

The City of Pompano Beach’s Public Art Mural Program is now featured on the Florida Mural Trail. For more information on the Mural Trail, please visit this link.