Public Art Roadmap

Public Art Roadmap

Public art takes a variety of forms, including monuments in parks and plazas, murals, and decorative art integrated into the built environment. The Public Art Roadmap (144 pages, PDF), produced for the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs by the Arts Resource Network, guides neighborhood groups in creating or placing public works of visual art in their communities. With step-by-step information about the process and issues to consider, the report also includes first-person descriptions of neighborhood-generated public art projects, an example of an artist contract, and comprehensive resource lists.