INCREASE THE AIPP PROGRAM IMPACT IN PRIVATE DEVELOPMENTS
•Facilitate integration of public art in the most visible, high impact and accessible sites in private development sites, as feasible.
•Encourage public arts’ integration in development as early as possible and made a part of the development rather than an ancillary addition, when possible.
•Consider unique integration strategies for public art in family friendly developments, prioritizing interactive or climbable if passive, installations.
•Enforce private development requirements for ongoing maintenance, especially when art is in interior locations or sites are sold, pursue “lost” art and seek replacement or payment.
•Consider requiring private developments to pay the City a portion of fee to support City programs, not just public art installation on private sites, consider size or location triggers for this.
•Address perceived or real restrictions to access imposed on the public in interior or exterior commercial locations, consider lunch time tours of interior spaces such as City Hall or Wareham office buildings where significant interior collections exist
•Increase community input in private development art installations.
•Facilitate developers contributing more than the required contributions through incentives for the creation and maintenance of the arts (both installations and low cost gallery spaces).
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