HI Lynn,


Here in VT it is still too early to tell.  We have one community public art program that we are moving forward with-  but unclear how the summer/fall planning time will impact the projects.




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Subject: What is the future of percent-for-art programs?


I realize this question might be too soon, but I'm about to teach a class to a bunch of anxious artists who are interested in hearing our best guess.  With respect to your own programs:


1)  Are funds that are already allocated for commissions going to stay in the pipeline or will they go away?


2)  Will you be issuing new RFQ's or are you getting signs that everything is on hold?


Thank you,





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