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Sheffield City Council

Sheffield City Council's strategic reconsideration of public art recognises a history of creative and dynamic public art in the city. Successful implementation of a percent for art policy as well as wider encouragement of the integration of public art into a range of regeneration projects has seen completion of over 150 public art commissions since 1985.

The purpose of A Public Art Strategy for Sheffield 1002 - 2004 is to continue to build on these sound foundations as well as to explore new ways of making contemporary art activity relevant tothe the communities of Sheffield.

For further information contact: James Arnold, Heritage Manager, Sheffield City Council.

Tel: 0114 2736206, Email: james.arnold@sheffield.gov.uk

The Public Art Strategy for Sheffield is reproduced by kind permission of Sheffield City Council.

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