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July 31, 2018, Tuesday - Community Meeting on Public Art for Public Service Building at Mill City Museum

5:30pm doors open; 6:00pm meeting starts

Location: Mill City Museum, 704 S Second Street

Community Meeting on Public Art for Public Service Building

A community meeting will be held July 31 on public art planned for the City’s new Public Service Building, which will be built near City Hall. The new building will bring together City employees currently working in several different sites downtown and provide better service for residents and businesses. It will include a customer-centric public service area and is scheduled to open the fall of 2020.

Once completed, the City’s new office building will feature prominent public art pieces. Learn more about public art planned for the new building, review feedback from previous public meetings and get a project update.

Artist Tristan Al-Haddad of Atlanta-based Formations Studio has been selected to work with the design team of MSR Design and Henning Larsen to identify public art opportunities for the building. The City will be issuing multiple calls for artists, in a range of media, for the project.

For more information about the Public Service Building project and to sign up for email updates, visit the project website.