Dublin Arts Council and City of Dublin will host a community conversation about Dublin’s Art in Public Places program on Saturday, June 25, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Dublin’s City Council Chamber, 5555 Perimeter Drive, in Dublin.
The primary objective of the forum is to listen and review the process for adding to Dublin’s large-scale permanent public art collection. Dublin Arts Council and City of Dublin staff and leaders recognize that community engagement is vital to the public art process and are inviting all those who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin to attend the forum.
The forum format includes a brief presentation about Dublin’s public art process, followed by breakout sessions at tables hosted by City and Dublin Arts Council staff on the following four topic areas:
- Communication about public art
- Parks and site selection process for public art
- Site for the next public artwork in Dublin’s M.L. “Red” Trabue Nature Reserve
- Artist Ilan Averbuch’s concept for The Boat in the Field public artwork
Participants will rotate through the hosted tables to maximize discussion opportunities.
It is not necessary to pre-register.
For more information about the Art in Public Places program and to see the latest public artwork concept, The Boat in the Field, visit DublinArts.org.
Public Information Officer