If You Build It on Public University Campuses, 1 Percent Must Be Public Art

The Color Inside Skyspace

If You Build It on Public University Campuses, 1 Percent Must Be Public Art

The New York Times

James Turrell unveiled his newest Skyspace at the University of Texas at Austin. It was financed through a percent-for-art policy, which direct a small percentage, typically 1 percent, of the budgets of campus construction projects to public art. Such policies are becoming increasingly common at Texas public universities, and campus leaders say they contribute to the vibrancy of their institutions.

Posted: Friday, October 25, 2013