Kennesaw Art and Culture Commission Public Art Master Plan
The integration of art and culture into our public infrastructure – during community events, on our buildings, throughout our parks, even the manhole covers on our sidewalks -- becomes a strong component of our city’s identity and helps contribute to Kennesaw being an ideal place to do business, to live and to explore.
As part of its mission to promote and support community economic viability and quality of life through multidisciplinary art and cultural initiatives, the Kennesaw Art and Culture Commission (KACC) has spent more than two years meeting with stakeholders and conducting research to draft a public art master plan.
Local business owners, residents and art enthusiasts are invited to learn more about the plan’s key findings and recommendations at two community forums being held at the Ben Robertson Community Center at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7th and Tuesday, May 14th. There will also be opportunities at the community forums for the public to provide input on creative placemaking priorities.
For more information on the community forums and upcoming art and culture opportunities, like the City of Kennesaw Art and Culture Commission on Facebook and follow @KennesawArt on Instagram.