Harrison Park Public Art Project - Questionnaire
The collective answers to these questions will be used in the Harrison Park Public Art Plan. The Harrison Park Public Art Project is a collaboration between the Columbus Planning Division's Public Art Program and the Harrison West Society. The art plan will be used to guide applicants, the art selection panel, the Arts Commission and other stakeholders throughout the artist selection and design approval process.
Why do you feel public art is important?
Can you think of one or more public artworks in Columbus or other places you've lived, worked or traveled that you remember as unique and interesting? Why?
Do you think it is important for the Harrison Park artwork to be integrated or related to the site in some way? Why or why not?
What makes the Harrison Park community distinctive from other areas in Columbus? Ohio? the country?