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FULTON COUNTY ARTS & CULTURE

Cultural Action and Public Art Plans

Fulton County Arts & Culture (FCAC) is a county-wide agency formed in 1979 that provides funding and program services for the 15 towns and cities in Fulton County, GA. In addition, FCAC owns and operates five community arts centers, a historic site and an outdoor amphitheater as well. In 2019 and 2020 the agency engaged CPG to develop both a five-year Culture Action Plan – A Framework for Strategic Change and Creativity and the first update to their public art master plan in 15 years. A broad representation of county residents participated in the planning process – artists and creative workers; youth and parents participating in arts programs through the arts centers and libraries; elected officials in all 15 cities and towns; civic and philanthropic leadership and more. Both plans were unanimously approved by the Fulton County Arts Council and adopted by the County Commissioners while navigating the unfolding events and realities relating to Covid-19.

CLIENT

Fulton County Arts & Culture

SCOPE OF WORK

County-wide cultural and public art master plan

YEAR STARTED / COMPLETE

Jan 2019 / Oct 2020

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