City Hall has re-opened to the public and appointments are no longer required. For your convenience, you may make still schedule an appointment, or access City services online, and through email and telephone. Unvaccinated visitors to City Hall are required to wear a face covering at all times.
Culver City's Art in Public Places Program was established by ordinance in 1988, with the view that cultural and artistic resources:
View or download a copy of the Art Ordinance.(PDF, 879KB)
If you are a developer in Culver City, you can view or download a copy of the Application for Art in Public Places.(PDF, 3MB)
The 30th anniversary of the Art in Public Places Program was celebrated in 2018 with the publication of the Art in Public Places Downtown Cultural Walking Tours Guide(PDF, 2MB) The second edition was published in 2019. Get a copy of the walking tours booklet.
You can also follow a mobile app of the tour via Otocast with narration by the artists. Once you have downloaded the app for your device, allow the app to access your location in Culver City, then select the "Art in Public Places" item to start your Tour!
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Laddie John Dill
8490 Warner Drive
4520 Sepulveda Bl.
9540 Culver Boulevard
9770 Culver Boulevard
Eric Owen Moss
8520 National Boulevard
Mary Ann DeVine
6001 W. Centinela Avenue
8509 Higuera Street
6000 Sepulveda Bl.
4343 Duquesne Avenue
6000 Sepulveda Boulevard
9540 W. Washington Boulevard
Moshe and Eddie Brahka
9900 Culver Boulevard
Lori Escalera and Culver City High School Students
3459 McManus Avenue
City of Culver City - City Hall
9770 Culver Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
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