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Jackson Hole Public Art: Public Art & Placemaking Toolkit for Rural Communities

Placemaking toolkit
Placemaking Toolkit for Rural Communities
Date Published: 2016
This guide by Jackson Hole Public Art outlines the nine steps required to set up a successful public art project. Considerations include how to assemble a team, conceptualize a soulful idea that reflects local assets and people, gain resident support, raise funding, commission an artist, and install the art. The resource also provides insight on art stewardship  to ensure the art’s longevity. 

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