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Public Arts Administration
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Minneapolis, MN 55401
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City of Minneapolis Public Art Policies and Planning

Public Art Policies and Procedures

The Minneapolis City Council has adopted comprehensive public art policies in a number of areas, including:

These policies and procedures were developed by the Minneapolis Arts Commission’s Public Art Advisory Panel which includes representatives from a variety of City departments, prospective partners, artists and other constituents. In making policy recommendations, this committee reviewed related City policies and policies from other cities and sources. The Arts Commission also held a number of public meetings on related topics to gather public input.

Summary of Policies

For more information contact Mary Altman, (612) 673-3006

Last updated Nov 14, 2018

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