Public Art

Flagstaff has a very diverse range of cultural offerings including orchestrated music, murals, and public art installations for everyone to enjoy.

Flagstaff has an extensive Public Art program coordinated through the Beautification and Public Art Commission at the City of Flagstaff. More than forty pieces of public art in Flagstaff visually represent the heritage of the area, from University murals to abstract steel installations. Each piece tells a story, some inspiring, some meditative and others that intend to leave a legacy for future generations. Many of these have been inspired by the natural surroundings and local culture of Flagstaff and northern Arizona providing a lasting benefit to the community, increasing livability and enhancing the overall quality of life in Flagstaff.

Download the Flagstaff Public Art Map for information on each piece and where to find them. 

man walks in front of large public mural


Flagstaff is home to many world-renowned artists and public art installations. The Public Art Map is your guide to finding these pieces to view.

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Explore more than 20 pieces in Flagstaff’s public art collection within a 1.5-mile walkable loop of Historic Downtown and Southside Historic District. 

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This scenic path winds through Historic Downtown, Historic Southside District, Northern Arizona University campus and Sawmill Multicultural Art and Nature County Park.

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The Coconino Scroll

Map guide to the public art pathway fence and footnotes.

COMING SOON! Installation of the Coconino Scroll is scheduled for April 2023.

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