The Kalamazoo County Public Art Commission (PAC) was created by a joint “Urban Cooperation” agreement between the City of Kalamazoo, City of Portage and the County of Kalamazoo. The purpose of the Commission is to determine the best practices for the acquisition, installation, maintenance, and deaccession of public works of art. We oversee hundreds of pieces of public artwork, which includes indoor and outdoor sculptures, memorials/tributes, murals, and architectural detailing. The Commission’s Board of Commissioners are governed by a set of Bylaws that are reviewed and amended periodically.


1. Get the App

Download the free PixelStix app to find each of the murals in the KCPAC gallery. 

Tap Maps to view nearby murals and galleries.

2. PixelStix Maps

If you are in the Kalamazoo area, swipe the galleries left or right and then tap the ‘kcpac’ gallery to show it’s murals. 

The Map will stay active and move as you walk, bike, or drive through the streets and alleys of Kalamazoo, MI.

If you don’t see the kcpac gallery in PixelStix Maps you can always search for it by name. 

3. Search Maps

If you’d like to explore just the murals for a particular artist in the KCPAC gallery, search for any gallery by name. 

Search ‘gobonussaves’ to see a map of all works by @gobonussaves, (Patrick Hershberger).  

4. Scan Plaques

Every mural in the KCPAC gallery will have a PixelStix plaque that you can scan to learn more about the artist. 

Open PixelStix, tap the P and touch your phone to the plaque or simply scan the QR code using your phone’s camera. 

tip: tapping the small P in PixelStix Maps works too!


Below is a live map showing all the PixelStix plaques on murals in the Kalamazoo County Public Art Commission (KCPAC) gallery. You can click or tap each P to scan the plaque as if you were at the mural yourself.

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