Graham Projects creates public art through placemaking that invites pedestrian play, promotes inclusive heritage, and cultivates the power of place. In pursuing the immense potential of art and public space, we bring creative vision and public space experience, listen to and work closely with stakeholders, conduct in-depth historical research, and seek creative solutions for social and environmental sustainability.
Public art and placemaking examples include:
- Participatory installations such as playful paths and sublime overlooks
- Distinctive markers and informative signs promoting inclusive heritage
- Accessible maps for creative exploration
- Community programming such as parades, workshops, and performances
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