Draft Public Art Policy

This consultation has concluded.

*This consultation is now closed*

Throughout history, art has been in the public realm in various forms and is the human link that defines a culture. Within our own city public art connects our local community through unique stories that add to our local culture, creating a ‘sense of place’.

Local Government holds responsibilities for planning and design of public spaces including a regulatory role in managing planning approvals. Through a best practice strategy of commissioning public art, we can work towards a contemporary public art collection that is progressive, innovative, highly visible and embraces a variety of stimulating approaches, mediums and scales.

The draft Public Art Policy has been created as part of a placemaking approach to liveability so our open spaces, parks, and streetscapes are more attractive for our community. Pre-consultation with key groups and individuals has occurred in the past month.

The draft Public Art Policy and Guidelines are now available for comment.

You can:

Consultation closes on 8 November.

We look forward to your feedback and suggestions. Contact the Community Project Officer on 8408 1173 for more information.

*This consultation is now closed*

Throughout history, art has been in the public realm in various forms and is the human link that defines a culture. Within our own city public art connects our local community through unique stories that add to our local culture, creating a ‘sense of place’.

Local Government holds responsibilities for planning and design of public spaces including a regulatory role in managing planning approvals. Through a best practice strategy of commissioning public art, we can work towards a contemporary public art collection that is progressive, innovative, highly visible and embraces a variety of stimulating approaches, mediums and scales.

The draft Public Art Policy has been created as part of a placemaking approach to liveability so our open spaces, parks, and streetscapes are more attractive for our community. Pre-consultation with key groups and individuals has occurred in the past month.

The draft Public Art Policy and Guidelines are now available for comment.

You can:

Consultation closes on 8 November.

We look forward to your feedback and suggestions. Contact the Community Project Officer on 8408 1173 for more information.

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