Scottsdale Public Art

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Marshall Way

Community members and business owners feel that the stretch of Marshall Way between Indian School Road and 5th Avenue is a prime location for enhancement in an attempt to revitalize the downtown area. Their combined efforts lead to the City Council authorizing funds for a public art project at this location. A focus group of stakeholders, citizens, and city staff was assembled to guide the process, determine the scope of the project, and help with the artist selection project, with the goal to enhance the entry way to this stretch of Marshall Way.
 

On Thursday, Sept. 22: 6-9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 23: 4-7 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 24: 12-3 p.m., 2016, Scottsdale Public Art hosted an Open House for the public to give input on the proposed design by selected artist John Randall Nelson, and the Development Review Board application located at the inspection of Brown Ave and Indian School Road.

 

 

The Focus Group included the following members:

Bentley Calverley, Property Owner
Kathy Duley, Scottsdale Public Art Advisory Board Member
Wayne Ecton, Scottsdale Public Art Advisory Board Member
Elizabeth Grajales, Public Art Project Manager, POAC, and Landscape Architect
Don Hadder, Principal Planner, City of Scottsdale
Donna Isaac, Director, Scottsdale Public Art
Dan Klinski, Owner, Steven Paul Salon
Teresa Lewis, Partner, Touchstone Gallery
Gary Meyer, CPM Project Manager, City of Scottsdale
Dewey Schade, Property Owner
Brett Sassenberg, Scottsdale Public Art Advisory Board Member
Nancy Silver, Owner, The Paper Place
Rich Sullivan, Owner, 5th and Wine
Kevin Vaughan-Brubaker, Public Art Project Manager, Scottsdale Public Art

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