Chapter 7 Additional Articles
A combined public artwork installation plan shall be drafted by the implementing agency where it is implementing two or more public buildings or significant public construction projects.
Where it would prove difficult to install public artwork at sites for public buildings or significant public construction projects, the implementing agency may seek another, suitable location after ensuring there are no issues with management, maintenance, or property rights.
In principle, public artwork installation plans shall be categorized as labor procurement.
Public artworks are to be guaranteed for a period of one year. Where the executive task force so resolves, this period may be extended, a decision that, along with the reasons for the decision, must be submitted to the review committee for its approval.
While implementing the public artwork installation plan, the implementing agency may, where professional needs require, act in accordance with Article 39 and Article 40 of the Government Procurement Act.
To spur the creation of better quality public artwork installations, the MOC may offer prizes, and to this end may conduct evaluations of public artwork installation plans for public buildings or significant public construction projects.
In accepting donations of public artworks, government agencies are to draft a plan for accepting the installation of public artwork that is to be reviewed by the review committee. The plan shall include:
1. The reason for the donation;
2. The donor’s name;
3. The value of the donation;
4. A list of works created by the creator of the public artwork to be donated;
5. The materials, size, number, edition/number, installation, contents of the descriptive plaque, and management and maintenance methods;
6. Analysis and description of the site, to include a composite diagram of the site and the artwork;
7. A copy of the proposed contract between the government agency and the donor, and;
8. Other related material.
When the implementing agency submits its plan for the significant construction project as per the Guidelines for the Review of Public Construction Plans and Expenditures to the Public Construction Commission for a review, it is to notify the MOC and provide a written copy of the results of said review.
When reviewing applications for building permits, special municipalities, counties, cities and specially established organizations with oversight over construction, shall inform the local competent authority for cultural affairs in the locale of the public building to act in accordance with Paragraph 1, Article 9 of the Act and these Regulations.
Where public artwork installation plans have been submitted to the Public Artwork Consulting Committee or the Public Artwork Reviewing Committee for a review prior to the announcement of revisions to these regulations, the regulations at the time of submission shall apply.
Members retained for the Public Artwork Consulting Committee or the Public Artwork Reviewing Committee prior to the announcement of revisions to these regulations may retain their posts until their tenure is up.
These Regulations shall become effective on the date of promulgation.