Help us Sculpt a More Scenic Brian Head
The Brian Head Town Council recently reviewed several potential economic development initiatives the Town might consider to make the area more attractive for visitors. One such idea was to commission a public art piece that would be iconic in nature - something that inspire selfies that will be splashed all over social media and make people think, "I've got to go to Brian Head and see that .....".

Some examples would include: A prime example would be Jackson Hole's Antler Arch - a staple on postcards and selfies for many decades. But other examples are more interactive, such as Vail's Après Bells - which are spread out over town and are tied to a tradition of ringing in après ski each afternoon in the ski season. Park City's "Moose on the Loose" involves several moose sculptures all over town (some dressed up, some with murals painted on them, and some of which change locations form time to time).

This survey is to help us determine if some kind of public art effort might work in Brian Head. We are looking for creative ideas for an iconic art piece that would make Brian Head unique from other cities and resorts, something that will draw the visitors to visit Brian Head. To get some creative juices flowing, we listed some examples of what other cities/resorts have done, but don't let that stop you from coming up with something altogether different. We are looking for all types of ideas. The deadline for completing the survey is Wednesday, October 21, 2020 by 5:00 pm.

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Now that we have your attention, we would love for you to share some of your ideas with us to help us come up with an iconic artwork that is uniquely Brian Head.
Survey Questions:
Do you feel Brian Head's local economy might benefit from an iconic public art piece or program?
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Where should a public art piece be located?
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What do you see the art piece looking like? What are your creative suggestions for a unique public art piece or program for Brian Head?
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