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PUBLIC ART ROADMAP
How to start, build and maintain a public art project in your neighborhood

The Public Art Roadmap is an educational guide for Seattle neighborhood groups that wish to create or place public works of visual art. Find information on creating a public artwork from beginning to end and learn about some of the basic issues that need to be considered, including detailed, start-to-finish descriptions of a number of neighborhood-generated public art projects by the people involved.

Lastly, did the Roadmap help you with an arts project? Did you find errors? Do you have suggestions for making it better? Let us know at .


Download the Public Art Roadmap
The Roadmap is available in the following formats:

Microsoft Word 97
Roadmap-Downloadable-12-22-2005.doc
2.1 MB, about 5.7 minutes*
Adobe Acrobat-PDF 5.0
Roadmap-Downloadable-12-22-2005.pdf
1.9 MB, about 5.4 minutes*

To view the Roadmap, you need Microsoft Word 97 or higher, or Adobe Acrobat Reader 5 or higher. Acrobat Reader is available free from Adobe.

* The download times listed are only estimates, based on connecting to the internet using a 56kbps modem. Actual download times may vary.


'Sandpoint/Regarding the Site: View of Seaplane Hanger from Shop', 1999, by Eduardo Calderon.

Charles Greening and Kim Lazare
Sundial
Concrete, aggregate, bronze, misc objects, tile
27'9" diameter
Permanently located in Gasworks Park.

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