Public Art Plan
This document provides strategic direction for a public art program that revitalises public places and spaces through connections with our history, cultures, stories and diversity. It underlines the importance of the visual arts in the public realm. It identifies the unique qualities of our region that make it a special place to live, work or visit. It raises awareness of the many opportunities for exploring and reinforcing the region’s identity through public art.
The Public Art Plan 2016-2020 was adopted by Council on 25 May 2016.