FORT MYERS, Fla. (May 21, 2020) - The City of Fort Myers recently launched a new app called “Otocast,” designed to help the community and visitors interact with public art around the city. Otocast is free and can be accessed from anywhere in the world by anyone who has a smartphone. The app includes text, photos and audio for 19 individual exhibits.
Tom Hall, the city’s public art consultant, shared that “Now is the perfect time for people to explore and learn about public art. This experience is a great way to be active and enjoy these free, local and easily accessible cultural amenities.”
The app showcases outdoor installations by several different artists for users to experience such as: USCT 2nd Regiment Monument by D.J. Wilkins; Uncommon Friends by D.J. Wilkins; The Florida Panthers by D.J. Wilkins; the Caloosahatchee Manuscript by light sculptor Jim Sanborn; and Territorias by Edgardo Carmona.
For more information about the app, visit www.otocast.com. To learn about the city’s public art visit our city website.