Our Partners

Our Partners

The UrbanArt Commission forms partnerships with public, private and non-profit organizations to pursue public art, placemaking and community building initiatives. Current and past project partners include:

City of Memphis

American Institute of Architects | AIA Memphis

ArtsMemphis

Askew Hargraves Harcourt & Associates | A2H

Ballet Memphis

Bartlett Performing Arts Center

Binghampton Development Corporation

Boyle Investment Group

Broad Avenue Arts District

Caritas Village

Christian Brothers University

Collierville Library

Cooper Young Community Association

Crosstown Arts

cultureNOW

Dave Wells Community Center

Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Downtown Memphis Commission

First Tennessee Foundation

Glenview Neighborhood Association

Greater Memphis Chamber

Greenleaf Learning Farm

Hope and Healing Center

Katie Sexton Community Center

Lakeland City Hall

LeMoyne-Owen College

Lester Community Center

Levitt Shell

Livable Memphis

Loeb Properties

Mayor’s Innovation Delivery Team

Memphis and Shelby County Airport Authority / Memphis International Airport

MATA | Memphis Area Transit Authority

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

Memphis Business Journal

Memphis City Schools

Memphis College of Art

Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau

Memphis Council for International Visitors

Memphis Grizzlies

Memphis Public Libraries & Information Center

Memphis Regional Design Center

Metal Museum

Methodist Le Bonheur Hospital

Metropolitan Bank

MIFA I Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association

North Frayser Community Center

Orange Mound Community Center

Overton Park Conservancy

PARKing Day

Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region

Project Green Fork

Public Art Archive

Rhodes College

Riverfront Development Corporation

Self+Tucker Architects

Shelby County Attorney’s Office

Shelby County Commission

Shelby County Government

Shelby County Mayor’s Office

Shelby County Schools

Shelby Farms Park Conservancy

Soulsville, Inc.

South Memphis Alliance

South Memphis Neighborhood Association

Tennessee Arts Commission

Tennesseans for the Arts

United Housing

University of Memphis

Whitehaven Community Center