Residents invited to have their say on Public Art Policy

29 January 2014

A new draft Public Art Policy has been developed by Council and is now available for public comment.

Mayor Laurence Evans said public art played a key role in creating a sense of place, provided an opportunity for cultural expression, fostered creativity and contributed to improved liveability for Baysiders.

“Council wants to promote a better understanding of public art within Bayside and how it contributes to the development of our city,” Cr Evans said.

“Public art contributes towards making Bayside a vibrant, diverse and sustainable city.”

Bayside residents are invited to have their say on Council’s Public Art Policy.

The policy, which guides and governs the development and management of public art within Bayside, will go on public display for 28 days to allow residents to have their input.

Cr Evans said Council would take on board the feedback received as a result of the public comment phase and use it to form the final policy.


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