Public Art Strategy

Students from Exeter College and St Peter’s CofE Aided School as a part of ‘On Tenterhooks’ produced by Oceanallover, Exeter City Council and Burn the Curtain. Exeter Quay, 2016. Photo by Theo Moye.

Art Work Exeter has been appointed by the City Council, in partnership with Exeter Culture and Liveable Exeter, to develop a strategy for Public Art to ‘enhance quality of life for all residents and visitors to the city’.

The strategy will seek to ensure public spaces are designed to engage interest, to be stimulating and unique and act as a focal point to encourage pride of place.

It will recognise that public spaces should be distinctive and special and that public art is a powerful tool in regenerating and celebrating those places.

The strategy will seek the inclusion and involvement of communities at all times and will be specific and unique for Exeter and the surrounding area.

Press Release: https://news.exeter.gov.uk/plans-progress-to-produce-a-new-public-art-strategy-for-exeter/

AWE are running a survey as a part of this consultation.

Please click this >link< to take part, it should take about 20 minutes.