One of the reasons we travel is for the story. Not necessarily to tell the stories of our own trips, but to see and be told the stories of faraway places. Public art tells those stories. It can be statues of a city’s notable residents, memorials to victories or remembrances of the past. It can be the buildings designed to catch up with our lifestyles, or the scrawlings and murals of the next generation. Public art gives the traveler a view into the past and a glimpse at the next chapter of the story, and we want to discuss the best places in the world to see it.

This Wednesday, August 8th at 2.30pm EST, join us, @hey_ciara, @RoarLoudTravel@StreetArtChat and the Passion Passport community to discuss public art and the best places to see it around the world. Make sure to tag us in your tweets with #PassionPassport.

If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:

Q1 – 2:30pm EST

Welcome to the chat! Introduce yourself and tell us where you’re tweeting from!

Q2 – 2:35pm EST

Do you appreciate graffiti as art? Why or why not?

Q3 – 2:45pm EST

Where have you seen the best public art during your travels? Show us some examples!

Q4 – 2:50pm EST

How do you think public art pieces, like the Lennon Wall in Prague, can represent a place’s culture?

Q5 – 3:00pm EST

What’s your favorite statue in the world, big or small?

Q6 – 3:05pm EST

Architecture can be some of the best “street art”. Where have you seen your favorite examples of architecture?

Q7 – 3:10pm EST

Have you written about or photographed any awesome street art? Share the link with us!

Q8 – 3:20 pm EST

If you were planning a trip focused on street art and public art, where would you go?

Body image by Grace Madeline / Header image by Olga Delawrence.