Art In Public Places (APP) is a program designed to create artistic harmony between the buildings, landscaping and open spaces. Its purpose is to serve the people of the community and visitors by bringing art into our daily lives with murals and sculpture. The goal of APP is to stimulate the vitality and economy of Fallbrook through cultural tourism and to enhance its standing as a regional leader in the arts.

Artwork Spotlight

Artwork Spotlight

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Chaos Series Flower by Les Perhacs is Fallbrook's Newest Art on Loan

'Chaos Series: Flower'  is located in front of the Fallbrook Art Center at 103 S. Main.  This art is on loan through August of 2017.

August 27, 2010 – North County Times

August 27, 2010 - North County TimesFALLBROOK: Navajo, nature inspire latest public art Friday ceremony to unveil Peter Mitten's 'Yeibichai'

Four towering metal structures evoking a Southwestern canyon and Najavo spirituality will be unveiled at 6:30 p.m. Friday as the latest installment of public art in Fallbrook.