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Public Art

Public Art & Custom Signage at the Detroit / Sloane Intersection

The City of Lakewood is excited to announce an opportunity to create custom signage and a street paint design at the Detroit /Sloane intersection.  The RFP is available at the link below.  Proposals are due August 7, 2018.

Detroit/Sloane Intersection Street Paint Design RFP

2018 LAMP

The goal of the Lakewood Art Mural Program (LAMP) is to energize private investment in quality public art in the form of murals that will enhance our commercial corridors and create a sense of place.

If you are an interested artist or owner please see the proposal instructions at the link below.

2018 Mural Program (LAMP) 


Rosewood Avenue Mural Project

In 2017, the City of Lakewood completed their first large-scale public art installation to pilot the closure of Rosewood Avenue for future Wagar Park expansion.  A timelapse of the process documents the work completed by the winning artist and Lakewood business, Studio Chartreuse.


Ice Cream Social celebrating the completion of the Street Mural. Photos by Bridget Caswell.


Custom Bike Racks & Bus Stops

Existing infrastructure can also be seen as an opportunity for public art.  Custom bike racks have been installed around the city to add interest to our parks and transit waiting environments.  RTA has worked with the city to install custom artwork on the bus shelters.








Custom bike racks at Madison Park and outside Lakewood City Hall.

Detroit/Warren Transit Waiting Environment Designed by Sheila Weil & Joseph DeLuca.