PUBLIC ART FEEDBACK
THE City of South Perth is seeking community feedback about where, why and what types of public art they would like to see in the City.
The council regularly reviews its Public Art Strategy, updates policies and delivers a range of public art projects throughout the year.
The community’s input will help to guide these decisions and projects into the future.
Among other things, Deputy Mayor Glenn Cridland said public art was part of everyday life and played an important role in the community.
Feedback closes on October 21. People interested in providing feedback on public art in the City can do so by visiting http://yoursay.-southperth.wa.gov.au/.