- August 8, 2017 | New plan proposed for E. 9th public art
” In partnership with the City of Lawrence, the Lawrence Arts Center proposes to use the remaining $335,000 in ArtPlace grant funds to support three rounds of a ten – month grant program called “From the Ground Up: East 9th.”
- July 6, 2016 | City Memo – East Ninth Street Study Session
“4) If the project doesn’t proceed, does the entire ArtPlace America grant have to be paid back or just the portion that remains unspent?
- The unspent portion.
- NOTE: If the project proceeds with a reduced scope, it may still be possible to implement the public art programming under the ArtPlace grant. Ultimately, this would be determined by the Lawrence Arts Center and ArtPlace America.”
- East Lawrence Neighborhood Association’s (ELNA) East 9th Street page
- Imagine East 9th Street | A Neighborhood Event to Explore the Possibilities
- City of Lawrence’s East Ninth project page
- ArtPlace America’s East Ninth project page
- East Ninth Call for Artists RFQ
- el dorado inc. scope and fee for the 9th St. Corridor project “d. Neighborhood and Artist Participation: 1. * In collaboration with CSC, establish opportunities for engagement during the Stakeholder Engagement Process. In collaboration with the City of Lawrence and the Lawrence Arts Center, establish Scope, Budget, and Artist Selection Process for selected, paid neighborhood commissions (3 maximum) that assist in efforts pertaining to public outreach, stakeholder engagement, project information sharing, public meetings, and public events.” (pages 3-4)
- Douglas County Community Foundation | “Creative Placemaking Project Captures Donor Interest” highlights Beth Harrison’s $50,000 donation to the “Free State Boulevard” project in which a (copyrighted) photo of the “Pollinators” community mural was used to highlight the story. The mural was demolished in March 2015 to make way for luxury condos built by developer Doug Compton.
- Lawrence Arts Center’s request for City of Lawrence partnership on 2015 NEA “Our Town”grant proposal “In 2016 and 2017, the Lawrence Arts Center will transition the Free State Festival from a largely regional festival to a national one that will make full use of the new infrastructure built along the 9th Street Corridor as a result of the ArtPlace-funded 9th Street Corridor Project.”
“Shift Happens” a conversation with Susan Tate, CEO of the Lawrence Arts Center during the ArtPlace America 2015 Grantee Summit. Particular attention should be paid beginning at 19:35.