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City of North St. Paul Public Art Report.

Author: 
Davis, Sarah, Katie Loberg, Kelli Theiler, and Saymoukda Vongsay.

LS 5100: Design Thinking, spring 2014. (Instructor Virajita Singh,College of Design)

North Saint Paul is looking to engage residents of all ages and demographics by better incorporating public art into the community, instilling a greater sense of community pride. The community once had an Arts Council that has gone dormant in the last few years, and is hoping to re-engage the community and revitalize the downtown and neighborhood districts through public art.

In fall 2013, students in an Urban Planning course focused on public participation processes designed a participation process for developing a public art plan, proposed a strategy for facilitating long-term community engagement around public art, and identified strategies to reengage the previous city arts council. See CURA publications RCP-058 and RCP-059 to view the reports from that course

In spring 2014, students in a course in Liberal Studies used a design thinking approach to identify strategies for engaging local residents around public art. This is their report.

Publication date: 
2014
Publisher: 
Minneapolis: Resilient Communities Project.
Sponsor: 
This project was supported by the Resilient Communities Project (RCP), a program at the University of Minnesota that convenes the wide-ranging expertise of U of M faculty and students to address strategic local projects that advance community resilience and sustainability. RCP is supported by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) and the Institute on the Environment.
Pages: 
45 pp.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
RCP-066