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Art in Public Places

The City of Burbank’s Art in Public Places Program was established in 1992 and requires 1% of major construction project costs be allocated towards on-site art or to a public art fund. This program has made it possible for recognized artists to enhance public spaces throughout the City with sculpture, murals, and environs. To date, there are over 130 Art in Public Places art pieces in Burbank.

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The Burbank Art in Public Places Ordinance was passed in May 1992.  It requires that 1% of major construction project costs be allocated towards on-site art, or if desired, be placed in the Public Art Fund, which is utilized to enhance or maintain art located on public land.

For more information, please visit: BMC 10-1-1114: Art in Public Places

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