In 2002, the Frisco City Council passed a Percent for Art ordinance establishing Frisco's Public Art Program. A percentage of Capital Project Funds are used to commission public art that can be enjoyed by the public.
The mission of the City of Frisco Public Art Program is to enrich Frisco’s artistic vitality and cultural vibrancy by bringing dynamic contemporary art to a broad audience of residents and visitors. The Public Art Program seeks to assemble a cohesive collection that offers the public powerful experiences with art and the urban environment, and that encourages public dialogue, understanding and enjoyment of public art.
Featuring more than 80 pieces, Frisco’s Public Art Collection is one of the largest municipal collections in North Texas and includes a variety of sculptures, paintings and photography.
View a list of Frisco’s Public Art Collection below or here.