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Public Art Survey: Bowie Signage Rt. 197/Kenhill

The City of Bowie will be moving forward with the removal of the diseased yew shrubs and the replacement of the iconic Bowie signage. Yew shrubs cannot be replanted in the space due to disease. The design should incorporate sustainable materials and may have a landscape design to accent the word "Bowie". The city invited three artist teams to respond to a Request for Proposals to include their design for the new signage. It is important to have the community’s input in this process. Your survey responses will assist the artists with curating a design that reflects the interests of the community. If you have any questions, please contact the staff liaison to the Arts Committee, Lori Cunningham, at lcunningham@cityofbowie.org.

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* 1. How can public art impact your community? (Select one)

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* 2. Please select a theme you would like to see explored in the signage to replace the iconic Bowie sign at Rt. 197 and Kenhill Drive? (Select one)

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* 3. The style of the signage should be? (Select one)

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* 4. The tone and color palette of the sign should be? (Select one)

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* 5. What are the stories, values and characteristics of Bowie you would like to see reflected? (Select one)

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* 6. How would you like the artwork to make you feel? (Select one)

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* 7. What materials should be used in the signage? (Select One)

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* 8. Age

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* 9. What is your gender?

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* 10. What is the name of your neighborhood or street?

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