Best practices research findings
Concordia’s Public Art Lead interviewed a range of expert stakeholders regarding best practices on the following public art policy related topics:
The Best Practices findings reflect the answers to a series of questions provided by thirty-six informants.
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An aspirational definition of public art emerged. Public art should:
The information provided in the bullet points for each of the topics below is not prioritized in order of importance.
The mission and vision for public art should:
The governance and administration of the public art collection should include:
Funding should be transparent and come from a combination of funding sources; operational budgets, public funding programs and fundraising.
Partnerships should be fostered with clear communication and transparency:
Diversity and inclusion concerning the public art collection and programming should involve:
Engagement with the public art collection could occur through the following events, activities and platforms:
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