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Bus Rapid Transit - New Bern Ave Public Art - Survey 2

Bus Rapid Transit - New Bern Ave Public Art - Survey 2

Artwork showing a dedicated bus lane in the median

 

Artist-In-Residence Dare Coulter wants to hear your thought about public artwork on the upcoming Bus Rapid Transit Stations- with special focus on the New Bern Avenue Corridor. 

If you have questions about the project, or would like a project team member to meet with you or a group you represent, please contact Mila Vega at: [email protected]

What is your favorite memory of the area that you live in? What is the most special about it to you?
If you had to say that three things were most important to convey about the neighborhood what would they be?

For example:
it's a close knit community; the proximity of Wake Med; healthy-lifestyle; accessibility to downtown; the nature and green spaces; the history of the neighborhood
What would art that represents your neighborhood and your community look like?
Choose your top three:
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Do you have any examples of public art pieces or curated spaces (a park that is well-designed and landscaped) that made you particularly happy when you encountered them? Feel free to describe them or include web link(s) to them online.
Are there particular things that you would NOT like to be incorporated in the art? (Things you're tired of seeing, concepts that you are not fine with, particular community "icons" that you're not a fan of)

Please check out the Public Art Glossary below and then scroll down for two more questions. 

Public Art Glossary 1

Public Art Glossary  2Public Art Glossary 3Public Art Glossary 4Public Art Glossary 5

Referring to the public art glossary above, what types of art are you most interested in being a part of the landscape in and around the stations? Pick your 3 priorities from the list: Wayfinding, Seating, Bike Racks, Mural, Sculpture, Gateway Art, Monument, Sidewalk/Roadway Art, Glass Art , Technology, Lighting, Screens, Architectural Light Integrations, Mosaic/Terrazzo, Icon Tiles, Embedded Metal (or other--Please Specify)
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Optional Referring to the icon tiles and embedded metal sections of the Public Art Glossary above, what type of iconography would represent your neighborhood, or your community?
(In the images you see a bee, the number 10, flowers, an ornamental scroll piece, the number 55, more flowers, a quote, and "opportunity")
You are our neighbor and a stakeholder in this project! If you would like us to reach out to you about future meetings and for additional feedback, you can type your email or phone number below:

Thank you for your input!

Your comments are important and will help the public artists understand what residents value and want to see along the Bus Rapid Transit New Bern Corridor.

 

If you have questions about the project, or would like a project team member to meet with you or a group you represent, please contact Mila Vega at: [email protected]