Public Art

  • Thanking Community HeroesThanking Community Heroes
    The Temple Terrace Arts Council invited residents to show their appreciation for the very extraordinary people who work diligently to keep us safe, nourished, and comfortable during this challenging time. First responders, grocers, restaurant workers, sanitation workers, teachers, postal workers, delivery people, hospital workers, are just a few examples of people who are working extra hard. ...
  • Banners for Temple TerraceBanners for Temple Terrace
    Each day an average of 37,000 area residents travel through Temple Terrace on Busch Boulevard and 56th Street. Unfortunately, these visitors don’t always realize that they are driving through our city. To beautify and brand our area, we have been working with Laurie Hayes, Marketing and Communications Officer for Temple Terrace, to revive the Temple ...
  • Fish on a Fence at the Rec CenterFish on a Fence at the Rec Center
    The Temple Terrace Arts Council invited the public to view its second installation of Fish on a Fence, a public art project now on display outside the tennis courts, on left side of the entrance to The Family Recreation Complex, 6610 Whiteway Drive, Temple Terrace, 33617. The sixty-seven fish, crafted from exterior grade plywood slathered with ...
  • Previous Public Arts Endeavors
    The Temple Terrace Arts Council routinely seeks opportunities to raise arts and cultural awareness including the support of artists, public art projects, donations to arts & cultural activities, youth arts programming. and scholarships.  The generosity of Sponsors and Friends have enabled us to: Present art scholarships to high school art students; Commission artist Charles Fager (USF) to create ...