• Social media: Posts featuring works from the permanent public art collection. Also posting photos and videos highlighting projects happening now, including Sidewalk Poetry, calls for artists, and especially conservation work, including the Conservation And Maintenance Program. Instagram. Facebook. Twitter.

• Email outreach. Graphics.

= 2021 Year End Newsletter.
= Sidewalk Poetry Contest.
= Paintings By Artist With Autism Brighten Cambridge’s Universal Design Playground.
= Are you and artist who would like to lead a collaborative public art project with teens.
= How Cambridge Arts’ Conservation And Maintenance Program Preserves Public Art For The Future.
= Postponed: New Exhibition Shows How Harvard Square Mural Was Created.

Website updates.

Meet the Conservation Art Maintenance Program team for 2022.

• Made 10 videos for Cambridge Arts in 2022 (designed primarily for social media), six of them have been about public art.

• Gotten public art featured in the City’s nightly email newsletters.

• Attracted news coverage of public art (including conservation) in the Cambridge Chronicle, Cambridge Day and Deborah Lee’s blog Art Outdoors.

• Organized the bike tour of public art in Central Square, Cambridgeport and Riverside in July–including talks by three artists. Involved a publicity campaign promoting the event, which meant promoting public art. The tour inspired participants to share pix from the event via their own social media (Ron Newman, for example) and Deborah Lee’s Art Outdoors–and generated interest/requests for more programs around public art. Created webpage for self-directed version of the tour.

• The tour and one of the artists who spoke, William Reimann, are featured in the trailer for Olivia Huang’s “Art in Public.” A screening and discussion are scheduled for Dec. 7, 2022, at 6 p.m. at the Cambridge Public Library’s Valente Branch, 826 Cambridge St.