Community Survey: 900 South Roundabout Public Art Installation
The Salt Lake City Public Art Program, guided by a citizen advisory board, facilitates the creation of long-lasting public art projects around the city.
The new roundabout at the 900 South / 1100 East intersection has been selected as the site of a new public art project. This fall, one or more professional artists will be hired to propose designs for artwork to be situated in the roundabout, and one selected design will be fabricated and installed.
Note: This is the second attempt to select an artist after the first process failed to select a winner in June 2020.
To help this project, the East Liberty Park Community Organization (ELPCO), and the Salt Lake City Public Art Program, have worked together to create the following short survey to better understand how residents view the 9th and 9th neighborhood.
We believe it is important that those artists have the opportunity to understand the community where the artwork will be placed and can respond with a site-specific artwork. The responses to this survey will be shared with the selected artist(s). This survey will take most people 5 minutes to complete.
Please bear in mind that the intention of these questions is not to determine the specifics of the project design (we will leave that up to the professional artists), but rather to deepen their understanding of the 9th and 9th community.
Questions: Contact ELPCO at
List three words or short phrases that describe what you would like an artist to know about the 9th and 9th neighborhood.
For the purposes of this survey, the "9th and 9th neighborhood" refers to the 9th and 9th business district and about 4 to 5 blocks of surrounding residential areas on all sides.
Describe a public art installation(s) in Salt Lake City, Utah, or anywhere in the world that you like. Please mention the name, location, or artist of the artwork if you can.
STARGRAZER, by Dennis Smith (150 West 300 South)
Rate the accuracy of the following adjectives about the 9th and 9th neighborhood based on how well you think they describe the area.
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