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CdA Council To Consider Public Art Plan

Item: Cd’A looks to define art plan/Lucy Dukes, Coeur d’Alene Press

More Info: The proposed Coeur d’Alene Public Art Master Plan vision calls for building a collection of public art that defines the community. Its goal is a diverse collection, with art installed at the most visible locations, as well as dispersed throughout the city. A guiding principle is the selection of art on a scale large enough to get the public’s attention. Another is placing art where people can see it and interact with it.

Question: What importance do you place on public art?

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