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D.7.1 Public Art Inventory

Action

Conduct and document your district’s public art inventory.

Why

All good plans for revitalization start with taking stock of the assets your district has. This enables you to create a strategic plan that takes advantage of the assets you have, address core issues, share information more easily with stakeholders, and helps you market your district.

How

Watch the “How to Collect, Maintain, and Leverage Your Main Street Inventories” webinar and review the Main Street Inventory Quick Reference for guidance on how to conduct this inventory.

Main Street Management Assessment Rubric

Scoring Standards

Elements of the inventory: type (statue, mural, etc.), location, artist, artist contact information, year installed, art statement, sponsor (if applicable), condition of art, maintenance point of contact, and installation timeframe (if applicable).

4
  • Inventory is updated yearly
  • Documented in format that can be filtered, searched, and easily shared electronically or published digitally
  • The information documented contains at least 8/10 of the elements
3
  • Inventory is no more than 5 years old
  • Documented in a spreadsheet
  • The information documented contains at least 7/10 of the elements
2
  • Inventory is more than 5 years old
  • Documented in a spreadsheet
  • The information documented contains 6/10 or fewer of the elements
1
  • Inventory does not exist

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Hartford, CT 06141
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