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Art in Public Places Panel

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Membership

The Art in Public Places Plan and Implementation Guidelines require a voluntary 7-member Panel appointed by the County Executive and approved by the County Council to serve staggered 3-year terms. The Panel acts in the public interest to support program goals and objectives. Its members include:

  • 1 representative each from the following:
    • County Council
    • County Executive's Office
    • Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
    • Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council
  • 2 citizens
  • An expert in Art in Public Places guidelines

History

In 1988, Art in Public Places (AIPP) was created by Prince George's County Council legislation amidst a rising number of jurisdictional, "Percent for Art" initiatives emerging nationwide in support of public artwork in building construction. The program applies at least 1% of the construction costs of certain new County civic buildings and major renovations of County civic buildings, to the acquisition and installation of artwork.

Purpose

Art in Public Places was formed to provide meaningful opportunities for artists, to contribute to the development of art and culture in Prince George's County, and to visually enhance public settings for its citizens. The program also strives to further its mission through collaborations with other organizations and private sector construction in the County to facilitate the presence of public artwork in a greater variety of locations.

Selection Process

To see how artwork is selected, visit our Selection Process page.

More Information

For more information about Art in Public Places:

contact Office of Central Services Office of the Director at 301-883-6450.

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Address

1400 McCormick Drive
Suite 240
Largo, MD 20774