New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project

Visitors Map
 

For Visitors

Click here to see an interactive Google map of all artworks, parking and more!

A printed booklet about the project is available at the Carnegie Center for Art & History, the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library and other businesses around New Albany.

The booklet design was contributed by Idealogy Design & Advertising, the printing was contributed by The News and Tribune.


Tour the public artworks with TakeItArtside! and SCVNGR mobile apps. (Free for iPhone, iPod touch and Android.)


 
 
 
 
 

2013 Public Art Installations

  1. R. Michael Wimmer,
    Sacks of Food
    Farmer’s Market, 202 East Market Street
  2. Boris Zakic,
    Painting
    109 East Market Street
  3. Tiffany Carbonneau,
    New Albany Now
    Wick’s Pizza, 225 State Street
  4. Lee and Betty Benson,
    The Stage that New Albany Built
    Riverview Towers, 500 Scribner Drive

2012 Public Art Installations

  1. Jacob Stanley,
    Sweat Equity
    St. Marks United Church of Christ Garden, 202 East Spring Street
  2. Nathan Smith,
    MicroPark
    Sidewalk on the North side of the Market Street between State & Pearl Streets
  3. R. Michael Wimmer,
    Growth of Education
    City-County Building, 311 Hauss Square

For More Information on New Albany History

  1. Carnegie Center for Art & History
    carnegiecenter.org
    (812) 944-7336
  2. New Albany-Floyd County Public Library
    nafclibrary.org
    (812) 944-8464
  3. Floyd County Historical Society
    Padgett Museum | (812) 949-255
    509 West Market Street
  4. Scribner House | (812) 949-1776
    Corner of State and Main
  5. Vintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center
    www.vintagefiremuseum.org | (502) 599-2522
    411 East Spring Street
  6. Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site
    indianamuseum.org/sites/culbplan.html
    (812) 944-9600
    914 East Main Street
  7. Division Street School | (812) 945-3204
    1803 Conservative Street