A Community Art Gallery is being set up at Louisville’s City Hall.
Metro Council President David Tandy says they’ll start taking submissions on Monday from student, amateur and professional artists. He says a committee of artists and curators will determine what will hang in public spaces at City Hall.
“We do have to keep in mind that when you are in a public building that it’s the people’s building, and there are a number of different opinions and viewpoints out there that we’re trying to balance, so we’re going to be mindful of that,” he says.
Tandy says there is room for approximately thirty pieces of art at City Hall.
He hopes there will be enough interest for the selections to rotate on an annual basis.