Frisco Public Art

Frisco Public Art Frisco Public Art The Frisco Public Art Program uses 1-2% of existing construction costs to create artwork at our facilities, parks, and along our roads.

The city started this program in 2002 so we will celebrate 10 years of Public Art next year.

Mission: To promote cultural, aesthetic, and economic vitality in Frisco by integrating the work of artists into public places, civic infrastructure and private developement.

Explore Frisco Arts, Culture & Fun Family Things To Do
Explore Frisco Arts, Culture & Fun Family Things To Do

Explore Frisco Arts, Culture & Fun Family Things To Do

Frisco, TX is home to an expansive art display at the Texas Sculpture Garden, Dr Pepper Ballpark art displays & Frisco fine art galleries. Families can also explore Frisco museums like the National Videogame Museum, Frisco Discovery Center & Museum of the American Railroad.


6101 Frisco Square Blvd
Frisco, TX


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Public Art helps define a city by honoring its history, celebrating its culture, and creating rich experiences for residents and visitors. The Frisco Public Art program was founded by city ordinance in 2002 and has grown to include more than 70 works of art throughout the city.

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