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Art

Public art will soon grace every corner of Chestertown, from its historic waterfront to its newest parks at the edges of town.  Anchored by the recently donated extraordinary Woicke Collection of 24 contemporary sculptures, Chestertown’s public art will embody our community’s belief that innovative, meaningful, and playful artworks can bring people together to share experiences of wonder and reflection.   7 of the 24 Woicke Collection sculptures are planned to be installed in 2022 with the remaining sculptures planned for installation in 2023 and 2024.

Keep an eye out for beautiful art as you explore our town, or take a walking tour and learn more about it!

Interactive Map

Click on the map marker for information on the sculpture and driving directions.

Chestertown Public Arts Committee

About Us

Our Mission: To promote and implement the installation of artwork in public places for the enrichment of the community.

The Chestertown Public Arts Committee consists of experts and enthusiasts who are excited to enrich their community with art. Members are appointed by the Town Council to three-year terms, renewable twice.

Public meetings are held in Town Hall at 4 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every month.

Interested in working with us? Please contact us at chestertownpublicart@gmail.com

Current Members:

Ben Tilghman, Chair

Pam White, Vice Chair

David Hegland, Secretary

Kate Dowd

Elizabeth Healy

Carla Massoni

Marianne Sade

Hester Sachse (Ex Officio)

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SUPPORT PUBLIC ARTS

We need your help to maintain and care for the sculptures and continue to grow our Public Arts program.

If you would like to donate please make your check out to:

Town of Chestertown
For: Public Arts Committee Donation

You can mail or drop off at:

Chestertown Town Hall
118N Cross Street
Chestertown, MD 21620

Donations to the Town of Chestertown Public Arts Committee qualify as a charitable contribution.