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Share your thoughts about new public art for Dublin

Community members who live in, work in, or regularly visit Dublin are invited to give feedback about the artwork proposals for the Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage.

The County of Alameda is building a new parking structure adjacent to the Dublin-Pleasanton BART station. The parking structure is intended to limit vehicle miles for commuters and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the Dublin-Livermore-Amador Valley area and supports the County’s vision for accessible infrastructure and a healthy environment. The County is funding the public art project for the parking structure. One artist (or artist team) will be hired to create a design that will be printed on the 5-story glass walls surrounding the stair tower at the corner of Campus Drive and Martinelli Way. This will be a highly visible artwork integrated directly into the building.

The Artist Selection Committee, comprised of Dublin community members, invited six artists to create proposals for the project. Dublin community members are invited to review the proposals and provide comments. All comments will be considered by the Artist Selection Committee when they reconvene in late August. Ultimately, the Selection Committee will chose one artist (or artist team) for the project. Approval of the recommended artist is the responsibility of the Alameda County Public Art Advisory Committee, the Members of Alameda County Arts Commission, and the Alameda County Board of Supervisors.

View the Proposals and Submit Comments Online

Deadline: Tuesday, August 23, 12:00pm

Visit the Website and Survey: https://bit.ly/DublinGarage_Proposals

Informational Display is also on view at the Dublin Library during open hours until August 22.

More information

This public art project is managed by the Alameda County Arts Commission. For more information visit www.acgov.org/arts or email artscommission@acgov.org

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