Established in 2009 as part of Raleigh’s public art program, the mission of the Public Art and Design Board is to promote and facilitate the inclusion of art into Raleigh's public realm by establishing processes that create a connection between artists, partners, and communities to enhance the City's vitality.
The Public Art and Design Board serves as an advisory board for the public art program and does the following:
- Develop policy
- Review projects
- Advise artists and project managers
- Steer community engagement
- Recommend the nature and placement of Percent for Art public art projects