Our Public Art’s Survey is LIVE! Share your voice and help guide the future of public art in Woodstock! Complete our survey at publicartwoodstock.com.
Art pictured: “Vibes on the Green” by @stacieurose on the @woodstockgaarts shipping container restrooms
Public art can celebrate and make visible our aspirations, values and heritage. It can give expression to the many directions that make our communities and can characterize our sense of place.
Art pictured: “Woodstock Community Mural” by AnnaLysa Kimball on Mill Street
Public art can be used to activate public space and invigorate communities! Thoughtfully implemented public art can offer cultural meaning to Woodstock and convey its spirit and energy to itself and our visitors. What do you envision for our city? Fill out the survey and let us know.
Art pictured: Woodstock Wing Mural by @sageartanddesign on Wall Street
Help the City of Woodstock dream BIG about the future of public art. Share your voice through our survey at publicartwoodstock.com.
Art pictured: Woodstock Art Guitar by Deidra Smith of @bluefrogimports