Checklist Related to Artwork

First Artwork(s): Minimum of 75% of art budget spent for artwork that is viewable from the sidewalk or other public space.

Site Plan

Draw view cone(s) between artwork and sidewalk or other public space. View from driving automobiles is important

Show all design features to create a space with foreground and backdrop for artwork.

Show pedestrian access to the artwork

Hide light fixtures shining on artwork from public view

Certified Lighting Plan

Concentrated lighting of artwork that is at higher footcandles than surrounding area

Separate Landscape Plan

Verify that landscaping does not block view of artworks from sidewalk or other public space • Use of landscaping as appropriate backdrop and foreground for public art

Trees do not shade the artwork, unless the artwork is designed for shade.

Engineering Plans

No elements block view of artworks from sidewalk or other public space

No elements are inappropriate distraction near artwork

Unlikely that the automobile will have an accident with the artwork.

If freestanding sculpture, provide a note on the drawings recognizing a required future amendment to demonstrate that the foundation and attachment of artwork to the foundation will comply with the South Florida Building Code.

Building Elevation

If artwork is within 10 feet of the building elevation (including murals or elements attached to building), then show a generalized shape as the estimated size of the artwork. Second Artwork(s). Up to 25% of the art budget may be spent for additional artwork(s), accessible to the public, but not viewable from the sidewalk.