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ART & CULTURE
Although the image of a large permanent sculpture may be what comes to mind when public art is mentioned, it can represent anything from the tiny to the gigantic, from the permanent to the temporary, and everything from installations to performances. There are significant community benefits from public art including cultural, financial, placemaking, aesthetic, and community engagement. In Michigan, it was found that for every $1 spent on arts and culture, the industry created $51 in economic activity.

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