Art in Public Places Board

City of Key West Art in Public Places
Call For Proposals

Outdoor Sculpture

Outdoor Sculpture on Loan, 

Ramos Lopez Pedestrian Park & Sculpture Garden.

1400 Duval Ramos Lopez Pedestrian Park & Sculpture Garden.

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Apply now for Sculptures on Loan City of Key West Art in Public Places program!

Click here to view Call Details on the program.


Thursday, March 30, 2023, online by 3 PM EST.

The Board of County Commissioners designated the Florida Keys Council of the Arts as the Local Arts Agency (LAA) as provided by Florida Statute 286.011.  The Florida Keys Council is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, the Department of State, the Division of Cultural Affairs; the Florida Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts; and private donations.

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About the Board

The Key West Art in Public Places Board was created in 2000 to help create new beautiful works of art for our Residents and Visitors to enjoy in various public locations around our island.  Since its founding, the Key West Art in Public Places Board has supervised the creation of numerous works of art around the City.  Some of these include:

  • A ceramic fountain by the late Jay Gogin at the Police Station, located at 1604 North Roosevelt Boulevard.
  • The floor design of the Mary and John Spottswood Waterfront Park by JT Thompson
  • Murals by Wally McGregor adorn the planters at the AIDS Memorial at the Edward P. Knight Pier (formally known as White Street Pier).
  • Three murals by Chod Stine, Dick Moody, and Jae DeVoe are located at the Key West Transportation Facility on College Road. 

Visual Presentations for Meetings

All Visual Presentations for Agenda items must be provided to the Clerk of the Board 24 hours before the meeting.

Board Associations

Art in Public Places Key West is a Member of the Florida Association of Public Art Professionals and the Americans for the Arts Public Art Network. 


The mission is to advise the City Commission in the selection and location of public art in the City of Key West; to enhance and maintain the character and identity of our island community through the aesthetic of public art; to create a physical and human environment which nurtures artists, arts organizations, and arts producers; to nurture and preserve cultural diversity consistent with and reflecting Key West's population; and to promote the inclusion of aesthetic considerations in local decision-making through advocacy, services, financial and technical assistance, and leadership in the community.