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Carolina Pines Avenue Public Art Project

Raleigh Arts


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Project Details

The Carolina Pines Avenue project is located between Lake Wheeler Road and S. Saunders Street. The corridor includes a lake and well used public park as well as a residential neighborhood. The goal of the streetscape project is to improve mobility and connectivity for pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular traffic while enhancing safety throughout the corridor. The proposed improvements include curb and gutter, with a sidewalk on one side and a multi-use path on the opposite side. Traffic calming measures, street lights, landscaping, and a boardwalk over the lake are also proposed.

This project will include stand-alone or integrated public art, which may include stand-alone sculpture, artwork sited at stormwater catchment site(s), and/or artwork integrated into pedestrian paving, lighting, benches/bike racks or other site elements. The artist will work closely with the design team, project stakeholders, and neighborhood groups to ensure a successful outcome.

This project is part of the Percent for Art program and is a part of the Carolina Pines Avenue Street Improvement Project.


Submit Your Input

Survey

Raleigh Arts needs your input about the upcoming public art project along Carolina Pines Avenue. Please fill out the survey to help the artists understand what is important about your community.

Community Meetings

Public artist Gabriel Eng-Goetz is gathering inspiration and learning about the Carolina Pines Avenue community. Register in advance to share your stories and thoughts during virtual community meetings held using Zoom, a free video-conferencing software.


Timeline

Estimated installation in Summer 2023.


Artist Biography

A headshot of Gabriel Eng-Goetz

Gabriel Eng-Goetz is an artist and designer based in Durham, North Carolina. His work explores the cultural history of identity, including his own as a Chinese American born and raised in the South, and our connection to the natural world. Outside of showing his own artwork, Eng-Goetz works with the local arts community to showcase and uplift the area's vibrant art scene by curating and hosting events and working as a youth mentor.

Learn more about Gabriel Eng-Goetz


 

Contact

 

Kelly McChesney
Public Art Director
kelly.mcchesney@raleighnc.gov
919-996-5657

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Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
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Raleigh Arts
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