Thanks for starting this thread, Erika! Along the same lines, if any communities produce hard-copy maps of their public art collections, I’d love to see examples. We launched a digital map of our public art collection earlier this year, but we continually receive requests from downtown businesses, the school district, etc., for a printed version.


Any ideas or best practices others follow are greatly appreciated.





Sarah Bluvas, MBA
Arts & Culture Coordinator
City of Mercer Island - Parks and Recreation 
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Hi Erika - Here's a link to our collection's guidebook:


It can be downloaded from our website ( and is available around our city at libraries, parks, rec centres, museums, galleries, etc


tamara rae biebrich

Winnipeg Arts Council



On 2019-09-27 13:22, Burg, Erika wrote:


We are looking to create and print a brochure or rack card about our
Public Art Collection to educate the community that we do in fact have
Public Art. It will include some general information and hopefully
drive people online to view more specific artist info, see a map and
locations, etc. It will be at our various City facilities and

If you have any examples of something similar please send them my way.

Thank you & Happy Friday!

ERIKA BURG | Recreation Coordinator - Arts | City of San Ramon | Parks
& Community Services
12501 Alcosta Blvd.| San Ramon, CA 94583 |
T: 925.973.3205 | F: 925.830.5162|  E:

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