Public Art Initiative
A new initiative adopted by the Peachtree Corners City Council will encourage developers and property owners to include sculpture and other visual art in development projects.
Developers, while in the building and permitting process, will be required to discuss possibilities for public art on their property with the city’s Arts Council.
They will also be asked to voluntarily set aside one percent of their total project costs for public art, either by including public art on their site or contributing money to a public art fund administered by the city.
Calling All Artists
The city of Peachtree Corners is seeking artists to design, fabricate and install public artwork throughout the city. This call is open to all professional artists and artist teams. Students enrolled in degree programs are not eligible to apply. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
Interested professional artists will be asked to provide:
- Letter of Interest
- Professional Resume
- Three Professional References
Please refer to the following for more information:
- Request for Qualifications (RFQ 18-004)
- Public Art Initiative [3 MB]
- Arts and Culture Master Plan [12 MB]
For questions contact Jennifer Howard, Economic Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arts Council
The City Council appointed the Arts Council in August 2016 to explore the community’s interest in the arts, review proposals, and make recommendations to the City Council. Current members are:
- Steven Broyles
- Anne Case
- Marcia Catterall
- Christy Creedon
- Teneille Griffin
- Mary Frances Katz
- Lauren Kiefer
- Bonnie Marshall
- Debbie Mason
- Amy Massey
- Johnnie Rowe
- Joan Smith
- Dan West
- Tiffany Witkin