Oklahoma City public art to get integrative direction
An art commission is asking the mayor and city council to push for a grant that would fund a master plan for public art projects. The policy is one of five recommendations outlined by a cultural development plan implemented in 2011.
Public art in Oklahoma City may soon become a collaborative effort rather than a hodgepodge of loose-knit projects.
The city’s art’s commission is asking the mayor and city council to support a grant application that would transform a long-discussed public art policy from idea to reality.
Pledges of support by the city council, a cultural nonprofit group and the art commission could lead to an $80,000 grant, said Robbie Kienzle, arts and cultural affairs liaison for the city...
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