Who Decides What is Public Art?
Because art can be subjective the Village Council will create an Art in Public Places Advisory Board to be composed of five members with diverse backgrounds in Architecture, Fine Arts, Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture, Product Design, History of Art or Architecture and Interior Design. Each member must hold a least a bachelor’s degree in said field and be appointed by the Village Council.

Ultimately, the Board will review and propose art works to be acquired under the Village’s Art in Public Places Program. The Board will issue a recommendation to the Village Council for all art work program acquisitions in accordance with the ordinance.

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1. What is Public Art?
2. Who Decides What is Public Art?
3. Who Pays Into the Art in Public Places Program?
4. Why Public Art?