Liberty Station has championed, supported and encouraged public art since the first renovated buildings were opened at the former Naval Training Center (NTC). Liberty Station Public Art pieces continue to help transform the historic 100-acre former Naval Training Center site into a thriving arts and culture destination for the community.
Liberty Station Public Art is designed to attract visitors and create a sense of place. Acknowledging the beauty and uniqueness of ARTS DISTRICT, the Liberty Station Community Association (LSCA), and the NTC Foundation have partnered with local art galleries, artists and community organizations to showcase sculptures, murals and others.
In 2017, the NTC Foundation Art in Public Places Committee (AiPP) was established to oversee the selection process for Installations at the Station. Installations at the Station is an ongoing program meant to exhibit the thriving, dynamic and constantly evolving visual arts community in San Diego. The mission of AiPP is to address, highlight and commemorate the culture and diversity of the San Diego-Baja region. Artists are invited to participate through a request for qualifications process. Selections are commissioned for one-year contracts.
We invite the public to visit ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station and explore the current public art pieces on display.
Public Art Scavenger Hunt
Liberty Station Public art is a great way to explore the ARTS DISTRICT. Now you can join a fun interactive tour of the public art pieces through a scavenger hunt. Simply scan the QR code at any of the public art pieces to begin your adventure. Once you have completed the hunt, you will be eligible to receive a prize and several discounts from participating tenants. Begin your adventure at any of the public art pieces. Not sure where to start? Click the “Current Public Art” link below to see where they are located.
Both current and previous installations can be viewed using the links below.
Artist Hugo Crosthwaite Interview about “Column A and Column B: A Continual Mural Narrative Performance”
Artist Michelle Montjoy Discusses her process for “A Dime to Call Home”
“Transcending Perception” Artists Josemar Gonzalez and Diana Cervera Interview
Art in Public Places Committee Members
- Vicki Reed, Chair
- Judy McDonald
- Lael Corbin
- Josemar Gonzalez
- Perry Vazquez
- Dinah Poellnitz
- Francisco Eme
- James Halliday
- Leticia Gomez-Franco
- Armando Nuñez