What are the objectives of the Percent for Art Program?
- Develop a public art program that is unique to Missoula.
- Increase the understanding and enjoyment of public art by Missoula residents.
- Invite public participation in the interaction with public spaces.
- Provide unusual and challenging employment opportunities for artists.
- Encourage collaborations between artists and architects, and artists and engineers.
- Support artist participation on design teams for planning public projects.
- Encourage a variety of art forms: temporary and permanent, object and event, single or dispersed locals.
- Spread commissions among a wide number or artists and strive for overall diversity in style, scale and intent.

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1. How do I find out about Public Art Committee art calls?
2. I'm interested in Public Art, should I attend a PAC meeting?
3. What are the objectives of the Percent for Art Program?
4. I have a business and would like to have some public art at my business location. Can the Public Art Committee provide guidance or funding?
5. I have a public art idea – can the Public Art Committee help me?
6. How are public art projects funded?
7. How does the Public Art Committee decide who is eligible for art calls?
8. How does the Public Art Committee select artworks?
9. What does the Public Art Committee do?
10. What is the percent for art ordinance?
11. When was the Missoula Public Art Committee started?
12. What is the selection criteria for artwork?
13. Where can I learn more about the Public Art Committee?
14. Where can I view public art on The University of Montana campus?
15. Who is on the committee?