JCPRD is preparing for the future with the development of a new Public Art Master Plan which will guide the new Public Art Program’s vision for public art in JCPRD parks, greenways and facilities for the next five years.
The planning process relies on broad community input, which will be gained through county-wide questionnaires, roundtable discussions, community events, and more. Stay tuned through this website, Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter to learn about opportunities to participate.
JCPRD is working with Via Partnership and SWT Design to guide the planning process. Via Partnership is a public art consulting firm with more than 20 years of experience working with communities across North America to develop innovative and successful public art plans and strategies. SWT Design is an integrated landscape architecture based and recently worked with JCPRD to develop its forward-looking Legacy Plan.
The public art master planning process is being guided by a 15-member Core Team, comprised of residents of Johnson County and local stakeholders, including members the JRPRD Public Art Committee, local artists, arts administrators, and community leaders.
Mark Allen - JCPRD Planning
Anne Blessing - Leawood Arts Council and Library Foundation
Julie Bilyea – City of Overland Park, Public Art Program
Bob Carlson - JCPRD Board Liaison
Nicole Emanuel - Artist and Founder of InterUrban ArtHouse
Megan Garrett - JCPRD Planning
Angi Hedjuk – InterUrban ArtHouse, CEO
James Martin – KCMO Public Art Commission, Public Art Administrator
Carisa McMullen – Landworks Studio, Principal
Susan Mong – JCPRD Superintendent of Culture
Martin Pyle – Sculptor and member of JoCo Public Art Commission
Hasna Sal - Artist
Shelly Trewolla – Prairie Village Arts Council
Sarah Vanlanduyt – Arts Council of JoCo, Executive Director
Whitney Williamson – Nerman Museum at JCCC