City wants nominees for Golden Paintbrush Awards honoring public art
The Ann Arbor Public Art Commission is seeking nominations for the annual Golden Paintbrush Award honoring individuals, businesses, and organizations in the community that have contributed to outstanding public art projects in the city.
Projects considered for the award must be within the City of Ann Arbor and accessible to the public. Nominations may be made by anyone. To nominate a project go to the AAPAC page of the City of Ann Arbor website, www.a2gov.org/aapac, and download the nomination form, or email your nominations to the public art administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org (please include “Golden Paintbrush” in the email’s subject). Nominations must be received by Friday, April 13. Questions may be directed to Aaron Seagraves at 734-794-6310, ext. 43730.
The award will be presented by the mayor in front of the City Council this summer.
AAPAC was founded in 2007. AAPAC’s mission is to bring to the City of Ann Arbor public art that improves the aesthetic quality of public spaces and structures, provides for cultural and recreational opportunities, contributes to local heritage, stimulates economic activity, and promotes the general welfare of the community.