Artsource works with local government authorities and developers to build comprehensive and effective Public Art Strategies and Masterplans that reference existing themes, communities and policies to ensure the most advantageous outcomes for all stakeholders involved.
Our planning and policy work is informed by 30 years of experience in delivering public art projects and focuses on best practice and good precedents that clearly benefit artists, the local community, and relations between the public and private sectors. For convenience and clarity we also provide clients with a " Developers Handbook" that outlines best practice procedures for commissioning, approvals, transfer of ownership, decommissioning etc.
Our Strategy and Planning documents are rich in images to present options for public art, provide inspiration and illustrate the context for the artworks. We understand how local government authorities and developers operate having worked on strategies and policies for a variety of clients since the inception of the Percent for Art Scheme in Western Australia. Some of our most recent clients include: City of Mandurah, City of Greater Geraldton, Shire of Broome, Shire of Derby, West Kimberley, Town of Kwinana, Town of Mosman Park, Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, Leighton Properties, Land Corp, Lend Lease, Satterleys and many more.