Public Art Archive

Public Art Archive

From Chicano murals to the Wide Open Walls festival, Sacramento, California has a vibrant public art scene. Students in the ART 118C: Public Art course at California State University-Sacramento interviewed the artists behind some of the murals and sculptures across the city. Their work makes up the “Sacramento Public Art Archive,” a growing repository of video interviews that records, preserves, and protects the history and artistic visions behind beloved works of public art across the city.

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Public art banner
Banner artworks by (L to R): Lauren YS, Lin Fei Fei, Shonna McDaniels, Brandon Alexander, David Puck, Miles Toland, and Shonna McDaniels

Artist Interviews

Note: automatic captions within video may contain inaccuracies.

Aik Brown Interview

Fei Fei Lin Interview

Complete list of interviewees

Narrator  
Alexander, Brandon View
Brown, Aik View
Fei Fei, Lin View
Garcia, Christian View
Garcia-Nakata, Lorraine View
Kaltenbach, Stephen View
King, Jaya View
McDaniels, Shonna View
Ponci, Jenn View
Narrator  
Puck, David View
Reinertson, Lisa View
Silva, Eliseo View
Taylor, Stephanie View
Templeton, Madelyne Joan View
Toland, Miles View
Valenzuela, Bryan View
Vicente, Mabel View
YS, Lauren View

Inquiry

For questions about the Project or access to recordings, send email to: dosch@csus.edu.