Artwork projected onto St. Agnes Hospital building by artists Omai

How Can Public Art Best Impact Raleigh?

Share Your Ideas With Raleigh Arts!

Raleigh Arts is working on the city’s first-ever public art plan, which will provide new direction on how public art is created for public and private places throughout the city. Through this process, Raleigh Arts will be looking at how to maximize the use of public and private public art resources in a way that reflects the evolving use of public space in the city; taps broadly into the city’s creative resources; embraces the diversity of the city’s communities, histories, and cultures; and supports the city’s arts ecosystem.

If you live or work in Raleigh please share your ideas about how public art can best impact the city by filling out the Raleigh Public Art Questionnaire. The survey ends Feb. 28.

The questionnaire responses will be collected by Raleigh Arts, analyzed, and documented in a research report. The findings will be used to inform discussions of an advisory committee and ultimately recommendations that are brought to the Public Art and Design Board and City Council.

For more information on the public art plan process, visit the Public Art Plan project page.

About Raleigh Arts

The Office of Raleigh Arts supports and promotes the arts in Raleigh by administering the programs of the City of Raleigh Arts Commission and the City’s Public Art and Design Board and supporting the Pullen and Sertoma arts centers. The Office of Raleigh Arts is part of the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department.

Learn more about Raleigh Arts

Contact

 

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

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