Art in public spaces plays a distinguishing role in our country’s history and culture. It reflects and reveals our society, enhances meaning in our civic spaces, and adds uniqueness to our communities. Public art humanizes the built environment. It provides an intersection between past, present, and future between disciplines and ideas. Public art matters because our communities gain cultural, social, and economic value through public art. (Source: Why Public Art Matters 2018, by Americans for the Arts)
Enid's cultural and historic diversity is reflected throughout our city in a vibrant array of sculptures and murals, including 17 new pieces of art since 2015. Take a stroll and enjoy each of these beautiful, unique works of art.
Arts & Entertainment District (Downtown)
- Enid RSVP, 602 S Van Buren (corner of Van Buren & Garriott)