CURRENT PROJECT. . . 

 

Public Art Master Plan Update

 

The City of Fort Worth is embarking on an update of the original Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan, adopted by City Council in 2003, which set forth a vision for public art in Fort Worth, as well as recommendations of future projects and guidelines for artist selection and design review.  The 2014 Fort Worth Cultural Plan Update recommended a public art master plan update, “to confirm that program initiatives reflect community priorities”. 

On June 14, 2016, Fort Worth City Council authorized an agreement with the consultant team of Barbara Goldstein & Associates with Cusick Consulting for the Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan Update project.  

Residents of Fort Worth have participated in focus groups, public meetings, an online survey, and through an interactive, temporaray public art project by local artists ACTunited.

 

 

TIMELINE:   

Phase One (June-August): Initial Research  

Phase Two (October-April): Community Outreach and Participation 

Phase Three : Synthesis and Emerging Themes 

Phase Four : Review and Refinement

 

NEWS:

          

 

Public Presentation of the Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan Update 
April 27, 2017  |  6:30 PM | Fort Worth Central Library  | 500 West 3rd Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
This event is free, but seats are limited. Please reserve your seat on Eventbrite.

 

          

 

ACTunited, a team of local artists, is asking Fort Worth, "What kind of artwork do you want to see in your city?" Their pop-up public art project, Coming Home: Community Conversations on Public Art will appear throughout the City in the next five months and offer community members a chance to participate in the Master Plan Update. 

 

  

          

 

 

Fort Worth Public Art would like to congratulate consultant Barbara Goldstein for receiving the Public Art Network Award at the June 2016 Americans for the Arts Public Art Pre-Conference. Given annually since 2003, the award honors innovative contributions to, and exemplary commitment and leadership in public art. 

 

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