Public Art Videos

Watch videos created for and about Albuquerque's Public Art collection and projects.

 

Link to our Youtube channel and our Vimeo channel to access all of our public art-related videos!

  • Furrow: Los Duranes is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Albuquerque dating back to the mid-1750's.  Furrow by Albuquerque artist John Davis is the latest piece to be commission by the Public Art Urban Enhancement program.
  • Take Another Look: Big Ideas.  Join host Tony Dellaflora and his guests Sherri Brueggeman, Public Art Program Manager and Arts Board Member Bill Sabatini, AIA as they discuss Big Ideas for Albuquerque.
  • Take Another Look: Wall to Wall.  Join host Tony Dellaflora, his guest muralist Joe Stephenson and Michael Gibson as they discuss the history of murals in Albuquerque.
  • On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art + Design.  An expansive collaboration celebrating the history and present of Albuquerque.
  • Urban Enhancement Trust Fund, Take Another Look, Sherri Brueggemann, Program Manager and Matt Carter, Project Coordinator discussed the previous UETF FY-2016-17  funding cycle.
  • Albuquerque Public Art at Fire Stations,  Check out the Public Art video series Take Another Look. Host Tony Dellaflora talks to Project Manager Matt Carter about two new public art project that will be located at Fire Station 2 and 7.
  • Rain to River, Check out the Public Art video series Take Another Look. Host Tony Dellaflora talks with Project Coordinator Nan Masland about the Hahn Arroyo public art project.
  • Bear Canyon Pedestrian Bridge, Check out the Public Art video series Take Another Look. Host Tony Dellaflora talks to Project Manager Dan Fuller and DMD Project Manager Juan Carlos Samual about the new public art and pedestrian bridge going over I-25.
  • Insight: Temporary Public Art, Check out the Public Art video series Take Another Look. Host Tony Dellaflora talks to Outreach Coordinator Becky Holtzman and Artist Niya Lee about Insight: Temporary Public Art project.
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