Volunteer Public Artworks

At this moment, my wife and I are attempting to guess that if the Turkish military invades northern Iraq, then will our long planned and long desired trip to Istanbul be ruined. Today the Turkish prime minister signaled that he would support an attack against the Kurdish rebels after the suicide bomb in central Ankara. Our plane leaves in 36 hours. In any case, Turkey, Germany or Florida, I am taking a vacation for two weeks from the Blog.
Here are a few sites of civicly coordinated volunteer artworks. Please send me more sites.
Postal Boxes in Singapore
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Electrical Distribution Boxes in Brisbane, Australia
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Electrical Distribution Boxes in Gilhorn, Germany
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Painted Bus Shelters in Seattle Area, USA
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Video on Santa Cruz, California Boxes
Boxes in Tampa, Florida
Boxes in Stamford, Conn

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  1. Sue Foster says

    Hello & Thank You.
    I appreciate Art Journal.com. It expands my scope and I use such offerings to stir current interest in the arts with my college students.
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    which offerings have something for them.
    Art is a key to survival in these questionable times. It is a place where we can find common ground and appreciate the creativity, diversity and originality in others as well as ourselves. The internet lets us
    jump ship and visit museums all over the world and meet people who share common passions.
    S. Foster, Ph.D. instructor
    California State Univ. Sacramento &
    Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission

  2. sakthi says

    Hope the war doesn’t happen..Wow!!! what a creativity! Its looks awesome and I’ll send post and travel in the bus daily at least to take a look at this well-painted post-box and bus-stand…Thanks for the link…