Limerick City and County Council Public Art Policy and 5 Year Plan

Closed1 Nov, 2023, 11:00am - 30 Nov, 2023, 11:59pm
Limerick City and County Council are preparing a Policy for Public Art and would like to hear your views. 


We invite the public to review the document here - PUBLIC ART POLICY AND 5 YEAR PLAN 

We would like the public to feed back into this document and provide information, through this survey, to develop the priorities and plan for public art across Limerick City and County.

Public Art is a broad term, which refers to artworks in any media, created for and sited, either temporarily, or permanently, in public places. 

The General National Guidelines -2004 states: 

"Public art broadly defined can take many forms and perform many functions. It may be an object of civic pride or a cause of civic debate. It may provide edification or entertainment. It may be a source of private pleasure and solace or popular self-recognition and inclusion. The scope of public art is very wide encompassing all art forms including the performing arts. Public art works may be permanent artworks but may also be temporary in nature".

Limerick City and County Council's Public Art Policy will support the commissioning of a broad range and types of public art projects. 

Your responses are completely anonymised. No personal data is retained.


In person sessions will be held 


Monday 20th November 


Merchant's Quay - Council Chamber


Monday 27th November


Newcastle West Area Office


Wednesday 22nd November


Online - please email for link

If you have any questions or queries, please contact the Arts office on 061 556370 or 

The closing date has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.