Downtown Greenway Public Art

Public Art on the Downtown Greenway:

Public art is a significant feature along the Downtown Greenway, including pieces for pure inspiration, work to celebrate history, and functional pieces such as benches, bike racks, and signage.  Explore the cornerstones, neighborhood benches, special features, and other site furnishings and landscaping that can be found on the Greenway now and learn more about what is upcoming as future sections are designed and completed.  Want to explore on your own? We have an interactive public art map created by the City of Greensboro that provides the artist and other interesting facts about each piece of art, special projects and site furnishings.  Click here to begin exploring.

Public Art in Greensboro:

Rosemary Plybon with Greensboro’s Television Network did a story about art in Greensboro.  She talks about all the museums and art galleries that we are fortunate to have in Greensboro and mentions all the outdoor public art like those found on the Downtown Greenway. Click here to watch Rosemary’s story.  The Public Art Endowment has a website of all the public art in Greensboro; click here to find your favorite.

Temporary Public Art Installations on the Downtown Greenway:

The Downtown Greenway accepts Temporary Public Art Installations. Click here for the guidelines for submitting a temporary public art installation.  To submit a proposal, click here. Questions?  Contact Dabney Sanders, Downtown Greenway Project Manager at