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The Granbury Cultural Arts Commission is inviting the community to participate in planning and goal setting for public art in our City by taking an online survey. The results of a survey will be incorporated into a Master Plan for Public Art in Granbury.
The survey can be completed online at granburyartsalliance.org/granbury-cultural-arts-commission/ through October 20, or printed copies are also available at the Dora Lee Langdon Center, Gordon House, 308 E. Pearl Street. Completed surveys may be returned there by October 22, 2019.
Please take a few minutes to get involved. Community participation is appreciated and will help guide future public art projects.
The Granbury Cultural Arts Commission is a commission appointed by the Granbury City Council tasked with developing a Public Arts Policy and Master Plan to be adopted by the City Council and presenting a biannual "state of the arts" assessment to the Council. The Commission also works cooperatively with private citizens, foundations, corporations, institutions, and agencies committed to the preservation and development of programs and activities related to the arts and makes recommendations on art-related expenditures.
Take the survey: granburyartsalliance.org/granbury-cultural-arts-commission/
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