The City of Morgan Hill has a large, public art program that continues to grow as new projects are brought forward. The City’s Library, Culture and Arts Commission provides guidance to the Morgan Hill City Council on all art-related policy decisions. The following components are included within the City’s Art Program.
Call for Artists - Utility Box Art Program Phase 2
The City of Morgan Hill and the Library Culture and Art Commission are seeking local artists to submit their designs for original art interpreting an uplifting and inspirational message. Artists will be required to come up with both the message and art.
Applications Open: February 1, 2020
Applications Due: May 1, 2020
- Call for Artists and Program Information (PDF)
- Artist Guidelines (PDF)
- Application (PDF)
- Box Template (PDF)
- Artist Agreement (PDF)
- Sponsorship Information (PDF)
City Public Art Collection
The City of Morgan Hill has a wide variety of art pieces located throughout the City, ranging from sculptures to paintings. The City’s Public Art Inventory is available at the link below. - Morgan Hill Public Art Approved Public Art Projects In Progress Never Forgotten - A Bronze Sculpture approved in memory of Tara Romero is planned for installation at the Civic Center. The project is in the fundraising stage. Project Website. Peace Pole - A peace monument to symbolize peace, tolerance, and unity has been approved for installation at the Civic Center. The project is currently in the fundraising stage. Project Website.
The City’s Art Collection is maintained by the City’s Community Services Department. Should art maintenance be necessary please report it using the link below or call 408-776-7333. - City Maintenance Reporting Form
Support Morgan Hill Public Art
Morgan Hill T-Shirts
Morgan Hill’s art program includes the chance to own a piece of our local style. Check out the Tarantula Art Shirt and support the local art scene!
Adopt Art Program
The City is supported by civically minded individuals and organizations that help to support maintenance of City Artwork through donations and through ongoing volunteer work. - Adopt a Park/Art Program
Current Supporting Organizations
The South Valley Masonic Lodge currently provides the ongoing cleaning for all the City’s Bronze sculptures.
Art Exhibits At City Facilities
The City hosts rotating temporary art exhibits at the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center and the Centennial Recreation Senior Center. An annual art schedule is established annually with submissions due by September of each year.
Call for Artists - If you are interested in showcasing your art at one of the City facilities, please email Mariah Dabel.