Yesterday’s post mentioned the Kimball Art Center’s desire to gain public input for their Transformation Project. In nearby Coalville the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board has decided to make public input the deciding factor in a new public art sculpture. They have placed eight sculptures around town and asked residents and tourists alike to vote for their favorite, which will become a permanent part of the town’s landscape.
If you’re interested in public art you might check out Salon’s recent slideshow of seventeen pieces from percent for art programs from across the county.
The Glory of Public Art.
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