In answer to your questions:
1. No, public art requirements are not part of land use codes.
2. Yes, we need to have public art and its infrastructure permitted same as any city structure and the same codes apply. Sometimes our work is wrapped into the building permit for the larger building, but not always and we have to pay for the permit.
Civic Art Collection and Public Art Program Director
San Francisco Arts Commission
401 Van Ness Ave. #325
San Francisco, CA 94102
Direct: (415) 252-2241
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Greetings Pan Pals
I’m interested in collecting a quick survey of permitting and land use definitions as they relate to public art, and will happily share responses once I’ve received them. My questions for you are:
Thanks in advance for your feedback!
Public Art Program, Office of Arts and Culture
Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program
Library & Arts Department
1001 Arapahoe Avenue | Boulder, CO 80302
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