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PUBLIC ARTS TASK FORCE
Public Arts Committee
Public Art Task Force Recommendations to the Mayor [PDF]
Ordinance [PDF]
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The City of Knoxville is working toward establishing a Public Art Program to guide and manage art installations in public places.

This new initiative is being driven by citizen interest in beautifying the civic environment as well as the city’s need to effectively manage the use of the public property. The Task Force's report can be viewed here.

TASK FORCE MEMBERS

Barbara Bernstein, Patron of the Arts
Mike Berry, Downtown Art Gallery
David Butler, Knoxville Museum of Art
Jeff Chapman, President, Arts & Cultural Alliance/McClung Museum
Richard Jolley, Artist
Alan Jones, Knoxville Airport Authority
William Lyons, City of Knoxville, (Chair)
Norman Magden, Professor, UT School of Art
Mickey Mallonee, City of Knoxville, Special Events
Eddie Mannis, Dogwood Arts
Marilyn Roddy, City Council
Anne Wallace, City of Knoxville, Policy & Communications
Madeleine Weil, City of Knoxville, Policy & Communications
Liza Zenni, Arts & Cultural Alliance
Leadership Knoxville Project Group

The group examined policies in other Tennessee cities, including Nashville, Memphis, and Chattanooga.

 


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