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Connecting People, Place and Environment - A Public Art Strategy for the City of Greater Geelong

Contents

  1. Executive Summary
    • Purpose
    • Background
    • Policy Context
    • Preparation
    • Strategy
    • Structure
  2. Definitions 
    • Culture
    • Cultural Heritage
    • Art
    • Artist
    • Public Art
    • Public Space (Place & Realm)
    • Community Engagement
    • Integrated Art
    • Stand Alone Art
    • Platforms for Temporary/Ephemeral Art
    • Interventions
    • Public Art Events
    • Memorials and Monuments
    • Aerosol Art
    • Graffiti and Tagging

    Part A: Vision
  3. A framework for activation, creativity & expression
    • Outcome Area 1: Activation – creating unique and vibrant places
    • Outcome Area 2: Creativity – generating a ‘creative milieu’
    • Outcome Area 3: Expression – giving voice to people, place and environment
  4. A framework for delivering, resourcing & preserving
    • Outcome Area 4: Delivering – planning and managing
    • Outcome Area 5: Resourcing – providing for people and projects
    • Outcome Area 6: Preserving – maintaining and conserving

    Part B: Process 
  5. Guideline Area 1: Public Art Planning

  6. Guideline Area 2: Indicative Commissioning Processes
    • Council Initiated Stand Alone Projects
    • Council Initiated Integrated Projects
    • Non-Council Initiated Projects
    • Council Funded Aerosol Art Projects
  7. Guideline Area 3: Community Benefit Assessment
    • Community Wellbeing
    • Growing the Economy
    • Sustainable Built and Natural Environment
  8. Guideline Area 4: Moral Rights

  9. Guideline Area 5: Asset Management
    • Handover
    • Ongoing Maintenance
    • Alteration
    • Relocation & Removal



Page last updated: Wednesday, 6 December 2017
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