Draft Public Art Framework Survey
This People's Panel survey was part of a wider consultation on the draft Public Art Framework. The draft Public Art Framework for Dunedin re-establishes a public art programme for Dunedin and outlines a new approach to achieve ambitious outcomes. All feedback from the consultation will be used to inform a final version of the framework which will then be presented to Council for approval.
Some of the key findings were:
- A large majority of respondents (84%) agreed or strongly agreed with the vision for the draft framework.
- Almost two thirds (63%) of respondents agreed or strongly agreed with the proposal to implement a new commissioning model.
- Almost three quarters (71%) agreed or strongly agreed with the proposal to maximise opportunity to link public art activities within the city’s decision making and activities.
- Over three quarters (76%) of respondents agreed or strongly agreed with the proposal to implement public art labs to generate and test ideas for public art.
- Over three quarters (80%) of respondents agreed or strongly agreed with the proposal to encourage temporary public art works.
- A large majority of respondents (82%) agreed or strongly agreed with the proposal to develop a plan to profile and promote the public art programme.
- Comments were diverse and ranged from being fully supportive of the framework and a new public art programme, to questioning the use of public funds for this purpose.
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