Horsham Rural City Council (HRCC) is a vibrant municipality where people want to live and want to visit. HRCC recognises that quality public art, design and architecture can build on this asset by creating a unique community identity that informs the sense of place and creates iconic branding of our municipality. The HRCC Public Art Policy was created to respond to, and reflect, the community vision for Council’s existing and future public art works within the municipality for the next four years.
To view the Policy, please click here
The Public Art Policy Procedure document was created to attribute the roles, responsibilities and procedural guidance required to implement the HRCC 2017-2021 Public Art Policy.
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Public Art in the Horsham municipality expresses the community’s aspirations for its future based on its unique attributes, heritage and people. Public Art contributes to the creation and vibrancy of public spaces for the enjoyment of residents and visitors enhancing the identity of the community and enriching the region’s cultural life.
To view the Implementation Plan, please click here