By definition, Public Space ARTivism happens at a local level, with much of it going undocumented or unknown to those outside the immediate host community.

Since we were founded in 2009, STEPS has been working with collaborators from coast to coast to identify grassroots groups engaged in Public Space ARTivism. We have been interviewing these community organizers about their projects to date, lessons learned and current needs.

Already, we have interviewed representatives from over 200 of these initiatives, facilitated even more connections between like-minded projects and have several resources in development from the knowledge gathered through these conversations.

If you would like to share your story or contribute to this project in other ways, please contact us.