Public art may be planned or unplanned…
Planned public art includes intentional integration of art, as aesthetic elements into building
or space architecture, as well as planned stand alone art for building or space grounds and
landscape. Public art can refer to commissioned, unique works as well as established
works of art. This applies to both public and private development.
Unplanned public art includes all gifting. Gifting requires a special policy that provides
acceptance criteria and maintenance.
All Public Art is managed through a similar process that provides for customization based
on specific circumstances and budgets. Every public art project or initiative will include a
community outreach plan. These processes and recommended ordinances are presented
in detail in our Public Art Master Plan.