Twice a year, the City of Frisco’s Public Art Program hosts the Art in the Atrium exhibition. The exhibitions feature 2-Dimensional artwork created by North Texas artists. Artwork is on view throughout the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center for approximately five months. This is an ideal opportunity for artists eager to share their works of art and vision with the community.
Art in the Atrium 14
The George A. Purefoy Municipal Center is not just a place to do city business--it's also an art destination.
Art in the Atrium 14 opens to the public Monday, April 10, 2017, and runs through Friday, September 8, 2017. More than 70 works of art by talented North Texas artists are exhibited on all five floors within City Hall.
Art in the Atrium
Call for Artists:
Please check back with us for our call to artists for the next biannual exhibition of 2-Dimensional artwork open to artists of the North Texas Region.
The mission of the City of Frisco Public Art Program is to enrich Frisco’s artistic vitality and cultural vibrancy by bringing dynamic contemporary art to a broad audience of residents and visitors.
In keeping with that mission, the Public Art Board initiated Frisco’s ongoing Art in the Atrium series at the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center. This facility, with its open atrium design and tall limestone walls, has proven to be an exceptional venue for showcasing the artistic excellence of our local and regional artists.