|Ann Arbor Public Art Commission|
|220 E. Huron Street 7th Floor|
|Ann Arbor Area|
|The Ann Arbor Public Art Commission (AAPAC) was formed in 1998 to encourage greater community awareness of, access to, and participation in the visual arts. In 2007, City Council passed the Ann Arbor Public Art Ordinance, which provides, in part, for one percent of capital project costs to be set aside for public art.
AAPAC's mission is to create public art in Ann Arbor that improves the aesthetic quality of public spaces and structures, provides for cultural and recreational opportunities, contributes to local heritage, stimulates economic activity, and promotes the general welfare of the community.
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|01/12/2012 18:07:13||Ann Arbor Public Art Commission Launches Public Opinion Survey||1074|
|10/08/2011 16:15:27||CALL TO ARTISTS, PUBLIC ART OPPORTUNITY: Mural in Allmendinger Park, Ann Arbor||708|
|01/10/2011 16:40:43||City of Ann Arbor seeks candidates for Public Art Administrator position||1580|
|11/11/2010 16:01:38||Ann Arbor West Park sculpture installation||760|