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What should the next public art project be?

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Please choose your top two concepts for Functional Art projects.

Response Percent Response Count
Permanent artistic bike racks for City parks and open spaces 60.0% 15
Permanent artistic benches for City parks and open spaces 48.0% 12
Hydroponic/Garden Art at Community Center 36.0% 9
Artist created wayfinding signs to downtown 52.0% 13

Please choose your top one concept for Whimsical small-scale projects.

Response Percent Response Count
Permanent small-scale sculptures for City parks and open spaces 60.0% 15
Smale-scale murals throughout City facilities and open spaces 40.0% 10

Please choose your top three concepts for Temporary/Rotating art projects.

Response Percent Response Count
Rotating sculpture at Community Center (E. Remington Drive and Manet) 20.0% 5
Artist designed banners along El Camino Real celebrating seasons and cultural diversity 40.0% 10
Placement of art in empty storefront windows throughout City 52.0% 13
Placement of identifiable sculptures altered by artists throughout City spaces (similar to Chicago cows, SF hearts or San Jose sharks) 72.0% 18
Temporary sculpture garden at Community Center and Library plaza 36.0% 9
Temporary murals for construction fencing during Civic Center construction 44.0% 11
Artist designed clothing and accessories fashion show and exhibition 8.0% 2

Do you have any additional ideas for future public art projects?

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Ari Feinsmith inside Sunnyvale
March 31, 2021, 10:08 PM
  • Please choose your top two concepts for Functional Art projects.
    • Permanent artistic bike racks for City parks and open spaces
    • Hydroponic/Garden Art at Community Center
  • Please choose your top one concept for Whimsical small-scale projects.
    • Smale-scale murals throughout City facilities and open spaces
  • Please choose your top three concepts for Temporary/Rotating art projects.
    • Placement of art in empty storefront windows throughout City
    • Placement of identifiable sculptures altered by artists throughout City spaces (similar to Chicago cows, SF hearts or San Jose sharks)
    • Temporary murals for construction fencing during Civic Center construction
  • Do you have any additional ideas for future public art projects?

    Murals on blank surfaces on bridges and blank walls in the city.

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