Art Project Legacy
ACHF Arts Access
The project goal is to complete the placement, construction, and landscaping of the Crailsheim Bridge Sculpture by July 1, 2016, in anticipation of an unveiling and dedication at the time of the Crailsheim Delegation visit during the week of August 7-14, 2016. Attendance at the event is anticipated to be 300 residences and visitors. Youth participation in the Bridge Building activity is projected to be 100. The Commission’s long-range goal is to receive additional community public art project proposals. Four ideas have been suggested, and progress on these or any other initiatives will be reported. The number of participants at the unveiling and dedication event will be counted. Youth participating in the Building Bridges will be counted through on-site registration process. Youth participation will be measured by the number of youth registered and mini-sculptures created. Finished works will be photographed by Worthington High School students and Worthington Daily Globe photographer. Pictures will be included in the final report and posted with participant permission on District 518 and Public Arts Commission websites. Written responses to prepared questions will be requested from the City of Worthington Council members, Crailsheim-Worthington International, Inc., and high school students. The questions will be presented at follow-up meetings with each group. This will also allow for discussion to expand on participants’ experiences. Written responses will be collected and summarized in the final report to be presented to the community partner, City Council, and Commission.
A survey was placed on the Worthington Public Arts Commission website for community input and Facebook site received comments. Completion of Crailsheim Bridge Sculpture located in Chautauqua Park. Dedication Ceremony attended by 300 people including Crailsheim, Germany, citizens. Approval of Worthington Public Art Commission Policy and Procedures. Application of two public art projects to the Commission.
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