In this survey, we are asking Brighton & Hove residents to answer 10 questions about their experience of Public Art. Your answers will inform Brighton & Hove City Council's strategy and future projects.
Public art is art found in our public spaces, and it is for everyone. There is no fixed definition of what "Public Art" is: for example, it can be a sculpture, a mural, a performance, an installation, a thing to participate in, and more. It can be permanent or temporary. Public Art reflects and influences the ways in which we see and understand a place, its history and narratives.