You Are Here Public Art Series


Water Finds A Way Community Labyrinth – a collaboration with AFTA Productions and artists Chris Ghantous & William Stranger September 18th – November 18th, 2015 City of Glendale, CA – Civic Center Courtyard 141 N. Glendale Ave. Sunday September 27th 12-4p at the Water Finds A Way Labyrinth for a community event. WFAW Community Event flyer Special thanks to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and Glendale Water & Power for supporting this installation.

Artists’ labyrinth in Glendale reminds people there’s a water shortage – LA Times

Glendale sculpture flows with drought message – Glendale News Press

Water Finds A Way Media Release

Re-Entry  – a collaboration led by Yarn Bombing Los Angeles – with creative participation from local fiber art collectives including Glendale’s Jewel City Knitters, Pasadena’s Crochet Meet Up, Burbank’s Fiber Fiends and independent artisans. The Alex TheatreNorth Brand Boulevard

Re-Entry Press Release  

Glendale Wings – by artist Colette Miller July – December Traveling throughout the city: 7/16 – 8/3 Glendale Central Library, 7/8/29 Cruise Night, 9/25-10/31 Brand Library & Art Center, 10/10 Los Angeles River, Glendale Narrows, 11/20-12/31 Glendale Transportation Center

A Glendale Picnic – by artist Bridget Beck March 21, 2015 – March 31, 2016 Glendale Central Park

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YOU ARE HERE Temporary Public Art Program is supported by the City of Glendale and the Glendale Arts & Culture Commission, with funding from the Urban Art Plan.

You Are Here Media Release

A Glendale Picnic

Public Art Series Launches at Central Park

GTV ‘On The Move’ Segment A Glendale Picnic – YouTube

Colette Miller – Glendale Wings Press Release

YOU ARE HERE, is a series of temporary public art installations curated and produced by AFTA Productions. Each creative experience will pop-up in Glendale throughout 2015 highlighting the city’s arts & entertainment district, municipal district and sites of historic significance. The program features unique installations created by local artists specifically for Glendale and designed to offer an engaging experience to residents and visitors from neighboring communities.