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Over the years, Salisbury Arts Alliance has implemented a variety of Public Art Projects and initiatives, including its Painted Power Box Series, Sculpture and Murals, a Public Art Walking Tour and collaborating with the City of Salisbury to develop its Public Art Master Plan.  

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Painted Power Boxes

Salisbury Arts Alliance maintains twenty painted power boxes in Downtown Salisbury's Arts & Entertainment District, with permission from Delmarva Power. 

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Steel Sculpture Series

Salisbury Arts Alliance, under its former names of Salisbury Arts and Entertainment District and Urban Salisbury's Public Art Committee commissioned the steel sculpture series seen around the Downtown Salisbury perimeter. 

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Bloom by Blaine Steiner is a three-part steel sculpture with multiple cast glass elements designed to reference the growth of Downtown Salisbury in recent years.  

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New Vision Heron Mural

The Heron Mural, located on the Route 50 side of City Center Building, is one of Downtown's oldest public works of art, and one of the most visible and iconic. 

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Public Art Walking Tour

Salisbury Arts Alliance has produced a brochure-style map containing the name, artist and location of the 42 public art objects in the  Downtown Salisbury area.  The project began in response to the 2020 pandemic lockdown, as a solution for families and friends to get outside and enjoy art together.  The brochure remains a big hit, you can download a copy here, or pick one up in the Downtown Salisbury Visitor Center or Wicomico County Tourism Office

Public Art Master Plan

Salisbury Arts Alliance worked alongside Public Art Master Plan Consultant Todd Bressi, and the City of Salisbury to develop a Public Art Master Plan, to help guide city-led decision making and art selection in the future. The Master Plan process included multiple public input sessions, and surveys.  The plan was formally adopted by The City of Salisbury in September 2023. 

View the Public Art Master Plan

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