FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - The Fort Wayne Public Art Commission unveiled a draft of a master plan promoting artwork in public spaces.
The plan, developed by Columbus, Ohio - based Designing Local, is a comprehensive vision for art, such as murals and sculptures, in Fort Wayne.
The plan includes suggestions for gateways and neighborhoods with the goal of accessibility in mind.
"We are looking to create access for everyone. That means people who might have different disabilities, people of all ages, races, social economic status," said Josh Lapp of Designing Local.
The Public Art Master Man can be found on at FortWaynePublicArt.com.
The master plan is expected to be finalized by the end of the year.
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