The City of Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts invites the Kingsport community to share input for a Public Art Master Plan. The City’s public art program was created in 2006 and includes a ‘Percent for Art’ Ordinance and established a Public Art Committee. The Committee created Sculpture Walk in 2007 and has annually exhibited contemporary outdoor sculpture for over 10 years. Over the years, several sculptural pieces have been purchased or commissioned for Kingsport and more recently murals have been added to help celebrate the community. In 2017, the Office of Cultural Arts organized two temporary public art installations, Humanae and Rise Together Kingsport. Now it is time to work on a new plan of action, and the public is encouraged to fill out the attached survey. A round table discussion will be held on Thursday May 10 at 4 PM in room 310 of the Kingsport Renaissance Center.
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About the City of Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts & Engage Kingsport:
The Office of Cultural Arts, a department of the City of Kingsport Tennessee, connects, coordinates and engages the public with a creative community. It operates www.EngageKingsport.com website and regional event calendar, the Renaissance Arts Center, the Kingsport Farmer’s Market facility, the Kingsport Carousel Project, a public art program, concert and theatrical events including a dynamic Performing Arts Series, Christmas Connection Arts & Crafts Show, the Carousel Fine Craft Show and a broad range of support to the area’s arts organizations. The Office of Cultural Arts serves as the coordinator for the public and the city for all SPECIAL EVENTS conducted on city property. It works in tandem with Engage Kingsport, the “Friends of the Cultural Arts” group, a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization, in order to facilitate their objectives. The Office of Cultural Arts and Engage Kingsport’s goals are to collaborate with a variety of arts organizations as well as non-arts organizations, with the aim of increasing opportunities and outlets for artists of all types. As Kingsport and the surrounding communities become a destination for artists and art enthusiasts, new markets and opportunities emerge. The Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts and Engage Kingsport are dedicated to cultivating cultural assets and promoting them as vehicles for economic and community development within our region.
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Renaissance Arts Center & Theatre
1200 E. Center St. Kingsport TN 37660