Developing a Public Art Strategy

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Adelaide Hills Council recognises the important role the arts play in social, cultural and economic development and is committed to supporting the arts across the district.

Council also recognises that there is a building interest in Public Art and the value that this can add to the experience of public spaces and places. Council is currently developing a Public Art Strategy and is seeking feedback from the community to inform this strategy.

Public art is artistic expression presented in 2 dimensional or 3 dimensional form and installed in places where the public has regular access. It can be any size, permanent, temporary or ephemeral in nature.

The value and purpose of public art includes:

  • to beautify or enhance a public space
  • to influence the way people use space
  • to enhance the visitor experience
  • to tell a story, celebrate and reflect community
  • to acknowledge history and significance of place.

The sharing of ideas and finding out what is most important to the community in relation to public art will help inform the development of the Public Art Strategy.

Have your say

To provide your ideas and tell us what would be important to you in a Public Art Strategy please provide your feedback in the survey link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Adelaide_Hills_Public_ART_Survey

Your feedback will inform the Draft Public Art Strategy which we will share with you when it becomes available.

Feedback closes Monday 10 May 2021.

Adelaide Hills Council recognises the important role the arts play in social, cultural and economic development and is committed to supporting the arts across the district.

Council also recognises that there is a building interest in Public Art and the value that this can add to the experience of public spaces and places. Council is currently developing a Public Art Strategy and is seeking feedback from the community to inform this strategy.

Public art is artistic expression presented in 2 dimensional or 3 dimensional form and installed in places where the public has regular access. It can be any size, permanent, temporary or ephemeral in nature.

The value and purpose of public art includes:

  • to beautify or enhance a public space
  • to influence the way people use space
  • to enhance the visitor experience
  • to tell a story, celebrate and reflect community
  • to acknowledge history and significance of place.

The sharing of ideas and finding out what is most important to the community in relation to public art will help inform the development of the Public Art Strategy.

Have your say

To provide your ideas and tell us what would be important to you in a Public Art Strategy please provide your feedback in the survey link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Adelaide_Hills_Public_ART_Survey

Your feedback will inform the Draft Public Art Strategy which we will share with you when it becomes available.

Feedback closes Monday 10 May 2021.