Public Art Division

Phone: 213-202-5544

DCA also significantly supports artists and cultural projects through four distinct types of arts programs within its Public Art Division, each committed to the creation and/or maintenance of art within the public realm: the Public Works Improvements Arts Program (PWIAP, more commonly known as Percent-for-Public-Art or Public % for Art), the Private Arts Development Fee Program (ADF), the Murals Program, and the City’s Art Collection.

As part of the Division’s PWIAP and ADF Programs, DCA implements an independent peer panel and public review process to commission public artists and to approve the creation and/or presentation of site-specific public art projects throughout the City of LA. Through these programs, Division staff oversees a substantial portion of DCA’s programming budget; in FY19/20, through these two programs alone, DCA staff managed a portfolio totaling approximately $3.4 million.

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Felicia Filer

Public Art Division Director

213-202-5547

Arts Manager, City Art Collection

213-202-5559

Tania Picasso

Arts Manager, Arts Development Fee Program and City Art Collection

213-202-5525

Jasmine Regala

Arts Manager, Arts Development Fee Program

213-202-5562

Debbie Ortiz

Arts Associate, Arts Development Fee Program

Haroot Avanesian

Architectural Associate, Cultural Affairs Commission Staff

213-202-5501

Yamilette Duarte

Arts Associate, Murals

213-202-5541

Cerrina Tayag-Rivera

Arts Associate, Murals

Ligeia Gorre

Arts Manager, Public Percent for Art Program and Airport Art Program

213-202-5546

Paul Pescador

Arts Associate, Public Percent for Art Program

213-202-5523

Becky Snodgrass

Arts Manager, Public Percent for Art Program

213-202-5519

Rebecca Horta

Arts Manager, Airport Art Program

Martica Caraballo Stork

Arts Manager, Public Percent for Art Program

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