Public Art in Macon

- - “Chewy” by John Clement is a public sculpture in Macon’s Ocmulgee Heritage Park. Photo by Katie Clenney

On Thursday, August 23 the Community Foundation of Central Georgia held a public meeting to discuss public art in Macon. The meeting was led by Cesar Trasobares, a public art consultant from Miami, Fla. The goal was to begin the development of a comprehensive plan for public art, specifically in the College Hill Corridor. Other goals of the meeting were to consider appropriate ordinances regarding public art and discuss how the city might attract the creation of more public art.

A comprehensive public art strategy requires a heightened level of engagement within a community, and I’d like to know what you think.

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