Rotating Art Program

Program & Art Installation

The Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) created the Rotating Art Program (RAP) in order to beautify our community, promote our cultural identity and to encourage artistic engagement. We intend to elevate neighborhoods and other areas of our city with art. The GBPAC will install five 5-feet by 5-feet concrete foundations throughout the city to serve as platforms for temporarily installed works of art. Work will be fastened to the platform via threaded rod that is set into the concrete using epoxy adhesion. Each site is in a heavily trafficked area and is highly visible.

Prospective RAP Locations - View Map

  • Corner of Irwin Avenue and East Shore Drive
  • Fisk Park at Dousman Street
  • Greenspace at Newhall Street and Main Street
  • Greenspace south of Mason Street at Hartung Intersection
  • Intersection of 12th Avenue and Mason Street
  • Leicht Park
  • Near Seymour Sign on Walnut Street
  • Wildcat Place near West High School

Guidelines & Application

For further information on the program and details on how to apply, please review the guidelines in the Rotating Art Program Guidelines Document (PDF).

If you’d like to apply for this program, please fill out the online application.