Open Air, Out-of-This-World Creativity.
Thanks to the City’s innovative Art in Public Places program, residents and visitors alike find Palm Desert to be a beautiful, art-filled environment in which to live. It’s easy to indulge your artistic side in Palm Desert – just look around at the more than 150 artworks in the City’s collection. Not only will you find stunning, larger-than-life sculptures, but you’ll also discover countless objets d’art throughout the City’s landscape – like bus shelters designed with desert-modern sensibility or serene sculptures with trickling water.
Experiencing public art in Palm Desert feels different during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Palm Desert Community Gallery is closed for the time being, and all docent-led walking tours are cancelled until further notice. However, Palm Desert’s Art in Public Places program means that you can be your own guide.
Check back for updates on when docents can return to their touring duties. For now, download the Public Art map, and enjoy a socially-distanced stroll through the city.
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Experience the Art
Start your exploration of Palm Desert’s Public Art Collection with a downloadable Public Art Map, and you’ll be ready to set forth on your art quest. We also have an interactive art map you can investigate online that provides an excellent overview of Palm Desert’s public art.
If you want a preview of the El Paseo Exhibition from anywhere, including learning more about the artworks and artists while actually onsite looking at the art, download our app by Otocast at your app store by clicking on the icons below:
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Palm Desert Visitor Services continues to serve guests remotely while our facilities are closed to in-person visits due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you need advice or directions, our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available by phone, email or the chat function in the lower right hand of your screen to answer any questions you may have.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed weekends and major holidays