Seattle Parks and Recreation Jesús Aguirre, Superintendent
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Arts Planning


Arts planning documents include a revision of the department’s policies on the placement of visual artworks and the department’s first-ever strategic plan for art and culture.

Arts & Culture Plan
This document is designed to compile information about the department’s involvement in arts and culture, to recommend ways in which to expand upon the current level of arts and culture programming, to provide relevant information and policies to help producers of arts and cultural events and activities, and to provide easy contact and reference information regarding arts and culture opportunities for the public, for arts providers, and for Parks employees.
 » Summary(PDF)
Full text(PDF)

Community Center Arts Plan
The Community Centers Art Plan describes a method to link Seattle’s community centers and create a sense of shared identity through art.
 » Full text(PDF)

Arts Placement Policy
A policy pertaining to the placement and maintenance of visual art work on Seattle Parks and Recreation property.
Full text (PDF)

Pro Parks Art Plan
The goal of the Art Plan was to create a comprehensive vision for the role of art in Seattle’s growing parks system, a vision grounded in an understanding of what parks mean to Seattle’s residents. Additionally, it was crucial to understand the distinctive nature of an urban park experience, the various layers of park development that have occurred in Seattle over time, and the choices available for art in parks.
 » Part 1(PDF)
Part 2(PDF)
Part 3(PDF)

Updated April 27, 2007
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