Public Art Endowment Calendar of Events

2017 Events

  • Greensboro Cultural Center Van Dyke Performance Space Windows Project Private Lighting Party (Public Art Endowment Members Only)
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2017

Stain Glass Window with invitation info


  • Renaissance Plaza Parking Garage Event [Save the Date]
    WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2017
  • Installation of Three Windows for the Greensboro Cultural Center Van Dyke Performance Space
    MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2017
    Greensboro Cultural Art Center
    201 N. Davie St
    Carl Powell will install three windows.
  • Greensboro Downtown Parks Spring Blooming of "Where We Met"
    SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2017 at 7:00 pm
    LeBauer Park
    200 N. Davie St

Be there for the raising of the "Where We Met" aerial sculpture. Please click here to view the invitation in the news portion of our website.

July 30 2016 (3) by Lynn Donovan

  • Public Art Endowment Cultivation Event [Member Event]
    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2017 at 6:00 PM
    At The Veazey's

This event is for the specific purpose of engaging with individuals or couples that would be interested in the mission, vision, and cause of the Public Art Endowment. We'll be receiving an update on the Van Dyke Window Project

2016: Events

Public Art Endowment Artist Presentations [Member Event]
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2016 from 5:00-6:30 PM
The Weatherspoon Art Museum
500 Tate Street

PLEASE JOIN US to hear the 3 finalist proposals for the Van Dyke Window Project and vote for your favorite proposal. This event is for Public Art Endowment Steering Committee Members, Endowment Trustees, and Trustees. For more information regarding joining the Public Art Endowment, please contact us at


vandyke exterior


Janet Echelman "Where We Met" Lighting Ceremony

LeBauer Park

Culminating in a lighting ceremony, we enjoyed a number of fun activities related to the installation of our first permanent, commissioned artwork -- the magnificent aerial sculpture installed in the new Carolyn & Maurice LeBauer Park downtown. "Where We Met" by Janet Echelman now graces the park after the beautiful lighting ceremony held in August.

pink net floats over LeBauer Park Sign