Virginia Beach's public art program enhances our city's identity as a community that supports and promotes creative expression. It builds our sense of civic pride and enriches our quality of life. Get out and explore the incredible Public Art in Virginia Beach!
The Virginia Beach Public Art Committee (PAC), whose members are appointed by the Virginia Beach Arts & Humanities Commission, reviews Virginia Beach public art project submissions and makes recommendations on which projects to implement. Learn more about PAC, and apply to become a member, on the PAC’s webpage.
Report Damaged Public Art
Have you seen public art (sculptures, murals, memorials, etc.) in Virginia Beach that is broken, scratched, worn down, tagged with graffiti or is in another form of disrepair? Please report it to the Virginia Beach Cultural Affairs Department by email or phone.
The Canoes by Donald Lipski
Prismatic Play by Aimee Bruce
Law Enforcement Memorial by Paul DiPasquale
Great Neck Recreation Center Mural by Rosemarie Spracklin
Virginia Aquarium North Façade Mural by Sarah Gallahan
Barreled (sculpture) by Hive Public Space and Broken Current (mural) by Navid Rahman
Anticipation by Richard Stravitz
Portraits from a Place of Grace by Richard Hollant