Explore the Sculpture Garden on campus at the U

Public Art on Campus


The University of Miami's Lowe Art Museum curates an extensive collection of public art, displayed throughout the Coral Gables campus. The works in the University’s Sculpture Park were generously donated by a number of remarkable philanthropists and are available for all to enjoy, both in person and in the digital realm. 

Jill Duepi, chief curator at the Lowe Art Museum, shares perspective on the value of art immersed in our environment. 

"Art delights the senses and stimulates the mind. It is a keeper of memories and one of the hallmarks of a civilized and engaged society," says Duepi. "Public art, in particular, plays a critical role in giving voice to human creativity while also beautifying our surroundings. It is for these reasons that the University of Miami is so proud to host a vibrant Sculpture Park, which comprises more than thirty pieces by leading sculptors from around the world."

These unique sculptures, which are installed at strategic points throughout the vibrant Coral Gables campus, are professionally maintained by the Lowe Art Museum with support from RLA Conservation.

Follow the #LoweOnTheGo art program and learn more about these sculptures.


Photo essay by Katy Hennig