These policies and procedures establish the guidelines for implementing the County’s 1995 restoration of the public art program as per Chapter 8 of the Montgomery County Code, Article VI. Works of Art in Public Architecture, Sections 8-43 to 8-45 and Chapter 59 of the Montgomery County Zoning Ordinance.This document was adopted by the Planning Board on December 13, 2012 as the Public Arts Trust Policies and Procedures but is now being officially referred to as Montgomery County Public Art Guidelines.
Source of Copies
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission8787 Georgia AvenueSilver Spring, MD 20910-3760Online at: www.montgomeryplanning.org/development/public_artMontgomery County Planning DepartmentM-NCPPCMontgomeryPlanning.org Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County www.creativemoco.comThe Public Arts TrustMontgomery County Department of RecreationMontgomery County Public SchoolsMontgomery CollegeMontgomery County Government
On the Cover:
Panels of Hope, Joseph Tomassoni, Northwood High SchoolSilver Spring Gateway, Carolyn Braaksma, East West Highway, Silver SpringMyth of Sisyphus, Wendy Ross, Cameron House, Silver SpringRock Creek Trail Pedestrian Bridge, Vicki Scuri, Veirs Mill Road and Aspen Hill RoadPTSSE (Periodic Table Sculptural Seating Elements), Bill Rock, United Therapeutics, Silver SpringMartin Puryear, The Knot, BethesdaSilver Plaza Fountain, Deirdre Saunder, Silver Spring