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Public Art Commissioning Guidelines ~ DCA

Public Art Commissioning Guidelines

The Department of Culture and the Arts recognises the value of public art to enhance the quality of the built environment and the sense of place within the community. To support growth of public art in WA, DCA has developed the Public Art Commissioning Guidelines to assist State Government agencies, local government authorities, private developers and other businesses with an interest in commissioning public art. 

The Guidelines explores a range of commissioning models commonly used in public art procurement around the world, and is intended as a general reference resource for artists, architects, project managers, contractors, procurement officers and anyone that may be involved in the commissioning process.  Information provided on the different commissioning models will assist public and private organisations in selecting the most suitable commissioning model for their needs, and developing strategies and tool kits for those involved in the commissioning process. 
The Guidelines builds on the success of the BMW/DCA Percent for Art guidelines, which has proved a valuable resource for state and local government agencies commissioning public art through the Percent for Art program.
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The Department of Culture and the Arts recognises the value of public art to enhance the quality of the built environment and the sense of place within the community. To support growth of public art in WA, DCA has developed the Public Art Commissioning Guidelines to assist State Government agencies, local government authorities, private developers and other businesses with an interest in commissioning public art. 

The Guidelines explores a range of commissioning models commonly used in public art procurement around the world, and is intended as a general reference resource for artists, architects, project managers, contractors, procurement officers and anyone that may be involved in the commissioning process. Information provided on the different commissioning models will assist public and private organisations in selecting the most suitable commissioning model for their needs, and developing strategies and tool kits for those involved in the commissioning process. The Guidelines builds on the success of the BMW/DCA Percent for Art guidelines, which has proved a valuable resource for state and local government agencies commissioning public art through the Percent for Art program.

DCA Public Art Commissioning Guidelines