There is now a whole new way to interact with Fort Wayne's Public Art Trail. The Fort Wayne Public Art Commission has launched a public art audio tour, created on the SoundWalk app.

Kurt Roembke, the local developer behind the SoundWalk experience, organized local artists, musicians, and writers who come from around the Fort Wayne area. The music is uniquely composed by local musicians and composers to connect each public art location and will change based on the time of day and the weather. Each location also has narration that describes the origin and story of each piece. 

Starting with the Pillars of Hope and Justice, other sites include: 

The Convergence sculpture at Promenade Park lights up the night

  • City Roundabout at West Superior St, Ewing Street, and Fairfield Ave.
  • Convergence at Promenade Park; 
  • Foliatum at Headwaters Park West
  • Hamilton Sisters at Headwaters Park East
  • Little Turtle at Headwaters Park East
  • Hemholtz at Friemann Square Park
  • Various outdoor sculptures at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
  • Metaform sculpture and mural at East Columbia Street and St. Joseph Boulevard
  • The 4th Street Graffiti Wall at the St. Marys Pathway west of Spy Run Avenue


To experience the audio, first download the SoundWalk app for iPhone or Android, then open this website link with your mobile phone and download the audio. 

Visitors are also welcome to sign up for the free Fort Wayne Public Art Trail for a comprehensive list of public art around the community. Additionally, a printable map to the downtown public art sites is available for download here

Check out other tours available here.

SoundWalk Public Art Tour