The Ann Arbor General public Artwork Commission is an advisory body to City Council with the target of creating public art in Ann Arbor that increases the aesthetic good quality of community areas and constructions and gives cultural and recreational alternatives.  Lisa Barry and Omari Rush discuss to commission chair Allison Buck about community art in the metropolis and the revival of the Golden Paintbrush Award.

Ann Arbor General public Artwork Commission chair Allison Buck talks about the newest community artwork creations about Ann Arbor and what they are wanting forward to becoming designed in the long term.  She claims they are the moment once more hunting for nominations for the “Golden Paintbrush Award”  by the stop of this thirty day period. 

The award recognizes grownups, kids, and businesses who have encouraged creativeness in Ann Arbor’s publicly seen spaces. ​

Nominations are no​w open and will be recognized as a result of April 30, 2021. 

Quite a few public art jobs stood out in Ann Arbor this earlier year, including:

  

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