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Roswell arts group surveys public for master plan


The Roswell Arts Fund, a nonprofit organization designated as the official arts agency for the North Fulton city, is seeking the public’s help through an online survey to develop a strategic plan and community vision for public art.

Residents’ responses will go into the Roswell Public Art Master Plan. The aim is expanding the fund’s reach, depth and investment. Stated goals include defining a vision and policies, identifying future funding strategies and priority locations for public art, developing a public art brochure, educating the community and strengthening support for public art through creative marketing.

Residents also are invited to contribute to the Master Plan by taking photographs inside the city limits of Roswell, sharing images on Instagram using the hashtag #WhenInRoswell and explaining how the photo portrays what’s different about Roswell from its neighbors, what it shares with them, and how it reflects on the city’s history and future.

Survey: svy.mk/2gw93ZV

Information: bit.ly/2fTLBC5


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