A 60-second public service announcement about Public Art St. Paul is running in a loop at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport this month, on a 72-inch HD screen in Terminal G.
Public Art St. Paul, a nonprofit, works with artists to plan and design public spaces, restores public artwork and runs education programs.
Christine Podas-Larson, president of Public Art St. Paul, said:
“Last year, Minnesota Philanthropy Partners produced a “Non Profit to Know” video about Public Art Saint Paul. It turned out that this became one of MPP’s favorite’s in the NPtoK series, so when the opportunity [for the airport presentation]came up, they thought of us.”
The video will run at the airport through July 3. Officials say hundreds of thousands of passengers pass through the terminal each month.