Find inspiration in the best commissioned art from around the world.

CODAworx is the best place to find and commission creative talent for artwork projects that enhance and transform your spaces.

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CODAworx, the hub of the commissioned art economy, is the premiere resource to find and hire talented artists, creative teams, and the qualified sub-contractors that are experienced in the creation of commissioned artwork.

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Creative Revolutionaries

Our list of 25 creative professionals who provide us with the vision, connections, strategy, and effective practices to bring about positive change.

Industry Directory

The CODAworx Industry Directory is a comprehensive source of professionals and firms that support the commissioned art industry.


CODAweekly is the must-read weekly newsletter that gives you the latest information about RFPs, Industry Reports, Calls for Entry, and more.

Public Voting for the 2021 CODAawards is Closed.

Winners will be announced in August.


A monthly publication of CODAworx

The newest issue of CODAmagazine is live and ready to be browsed!

Art for the Outdoors: features art that is created to enhance our shared experience of the outdoors including parks, plazas, waterways, bridges, roundabouts, bike paths, and roadways.


Choice in Engagement: Sculpture and Kinetic Art by Darcy Meeker Studio

Art for the outdoors is art for everyone. It takes the environment we share with other humans, animals, and nature, making aesthetic offerings out of this relativity. Indoors, we control our environment.

CODAworx Events

Join us for the first of three online panel discussions planned in conjunction with the exhibition. Panelists from i was here, including Marshall Fields, Marjorie Guyon, Dr. Michael Preacely, Daniel Ware and Michael Baer will discuss the mission of "I Was Here” - to reshape the American Commemorative Landscape. 

June 30, 5-6pm EDT

The CODAworx Manifesto

We believe:

  • Commissioned art matters. Attention to the details of our environment leads to love of place, which brings us to take responsibility for the spaces where we live and work.  And by extension, to our communities, our cities, our nations, and our world.
  • Art in our public and private spaces helps us fight ordinary buildings, ordinary streets, ordinary cities.
  • We champion the role of artists in our society.  Now, more than ever, we need artists provide us with inspiration, creativity, and imagination and to help us envision a better world.
  • Great design + art can transform spaces and affect our happiness and well-being.
  • Art can and should be accessible to all people.  Each of us deserves a daily dose of inspiration.