Public Art

Public art plays a vital role in engaging communities in the built environment, expressing artistic values to a broad, constant audience, and beautifying the spaces where people spend their time. The M has long held a commitment to creating public art, both permanent and temporary. By engaging various partners in the process, creating public art provides an opportunity for connection and investment. Around downtown St. Paul, you will find many places that have been enlivened and brightened by public art projects created by many voices from in and around this beautiful capital city. 

El Vaivén, 2023

Zamara Cuyún

Robert Street Skyway

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Maǧážu (Rain), 2023

Mona Smith

The M’s 350 Robert Street entrance

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SkyTrain: Cities in the Clouds, 2023

Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists (SPCPA) students

Victory Ramp Skyway

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Colonial Traumas, 2022

Luis Fitch

Skyway 28 over Wabasha Street at 4th Street

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Off the Deep End, 2022

Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists (SPCPA) students

Skyway 31 over Jackson Street between 4th and 5th streets

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It’s Okay to Laugh, 2020

Jose Dominguez

Skyway 30 over Robert Street between 4th and 5th streets

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Flows of Interconnected Motifs, 2017

St. Paul Mural Project

Xee Reiter, Christina Vang, Melissa Vang, Vanghoua Anthony Vue,  Nicollazzi Xiong, Shoua Yang,

Jackson Street Ramp

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