Community input sought for public art project


The designers of a public art project planned for the Sherman Plaza garage are looking for ideas from local residents about the project's content.

Search & Effect, a multimedia public art project by the artist team of Krivanek+Breaux, was selected earlier this year for installation at the Sherman Plaza Garage.  Funded through the City’s Percent for Art Program, the project will be installed in 2013 at the southwest corner of the garage, near the intersection of Davis and Benson streets.

Krivanek+Breaux and the City of Evanston's Public Art Committee invite residents to provide input to assist with content development on this project through a survey that's available online.

The survey is designed to enhance the diversity and authenticity of the inscriptions, icons, and symbols that will be included in the new public artwork.

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