Add Your Rainwork to the Official Map!

Title of Rainwork: *
Names of Creators: *
Date Created: *
Upload a picture of your rainwork: *
Would you like the picture to appear on the map? *
Drag the pin to mark the location of your rainwork on the map:
Lat/Long Coordinates or google map link (if map not working)
(Optional) A description, if you would like to share information about it/why you made it:
Email: *
Please read:
Type what you see below:
* denotes required field. Before hitting submit, make sure you are aware of the Rainwork Submission Guidelines (posted below)


Submission Guidelines

Here are some things to note:

As you probably know, the whole point of rainworks is to turn rainy days into something to look forward to. The purpose of the Official Rainworks Map is to give rainy-day explorers a simple, fun, and family-friendly way to find the awesome rainworks in their area. Rainy-day scavenger hunt, anyone?

Here are our current guidelines. We do not add rainworks to the map if they contain:

  • Vulgar images or inappropriate language
  • Blatant advertising or political messaging
  • Hashtags (yes, even #rainworks)
  • Personally identifying information
  • Logos, business names, websites, addresses, or other contact information

There are other reasons that a rainwork might not be added to the map, such as being located on private property where trespassing is prohibited or being made with a non-environmentally-safe coating. If you have questions about whether your rainwork idea would be accepted on the map, email us.