Public space for art — and where that art may have the most impact — are among the priorities being laid out in the city's public arts master plan.
The Public Arts Commission began the process last year of developing a plan that aligns with the city's master plan. The vision sees public art as part of the community's identity as an "arts destination and center for creativity" in terms of culture, community, economy and design.
The commission recently completed a section prioritizing placement of public art and is seeking feedback from the community.
Last week, the commission members agreed that the city's gateways, connection and gathering areas would be the prime locations for future public art projects.
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