Legacy Arts and Cultural Heritage
ACHF Arts Access
To inspire a new love of public art in Fergus Falls by installing a new sculpture in an important entrance to the City. We will measure our project goals through the number of positive media impressions about the project throughout the course of its development and beyond (i.e. a year from now if a photo of the sculpture is used frequently for promoting Fergus Falls, etc.). We will also use this project to engage the community in a five year public arts plan, using it as a platform to engage residents in conversations of what types of public art they want to see more or less of. Finally, increased financial support from the city and other local sources due to the enthusiasm for this project for future public art will be a measure of our success with this project.
The Fergus Falls Daily Journal had three articles with pictures. The Fergus Falls Visitor Guide did not have any this year because the photo submission date was August of 2015 (we think that will be remedied in the 2017 guide). The City of Fergus Falls webpage is newly done and photos are still being added. An ad hoc group has the website "Fergus Falls Public Art Community," which had five commentary, pictoral, or video presentations of sculpture as proposed. The artist, Ann Klefstad, also has pictures of t
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