Public Art Program Contact

Aaron Smith 
aaron.smith@loganutah.org
435-716-9027

Logan City Public Art Program

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Vision
The Public Are Program is a creative vehicle for our community to connect, celebrate, and activate the places, people, and values that make up Logan City's unique identity.
Public Art Plan

Core Values
Creating Experiences 

Public art in Logan City must be, first and foremost, about creating positive and relatable experiences for the community. Public art will be woven throughout public spaces, transportation infrastructure, parks, recreation, spaces, and other areas to create fun, interactive, and engaging experiences citywide.

Sensitivity
Sensitivity, in broad terms, will be integrated into all aspects of public art projects. The impact and aesthetic of each project will be thoughtfully considered to ensure that it is sensitive to the site, audience, and environment.

Diversity & Accessibility
It is critical that public art feels accessible to all people in Logan City and that the community feels personally connected to the artwork created through this program. Special attention must be given to ensure the artwork selected represents the diverse cultures and viewpoints of the people of Logan City and that many distinct voices are included in the process.

Education 
Each public art project is an opportunity to provide an educational experience that can tell stories, provoke thought, and reflect our community identity. Additionally, public art should be used as a platform for educating our community on the overall benefit and value of the arts to daily life.

Strong Management 
The Public Art Program will prioritize strong management that includes a fiscally responsible approach to funding, public/private partnerships, oversight by a diverse Public Art Board, and clear collaborations that expand the program’s reach within the community and its overall success.

Projects
Art in the Park - Mural Program
The Art in the Park program is designed to meet the goals of the newly adopted Logan City Public Arts Master Plan, which identifies as a core value a diverse and accessible art program. The Art in the Park program seeks to activate park spaces and connect with the activities and communities that utilize the space. The parks for this year’s program were selected due to their unique locations, local activities, and diverse communities that utilize them.

Apply October 22, 2021: CaFE - artist.callforentry.org
Deadline for Applications: November 19, 2021