The City of Dublin is working on a Public Art Master Plan that will guide the City's public art purchases and programs for the next 10 years. To give your input, attend a public meeting on January 23, 7:00 p.m., at Dublin City Hall, Regional Meeting Room, 100 Civic Plaza. This is an opportunity to make suggestions and raise ideas early in the process. A draft of the Public Art Master Plan revision will be presented to Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission and the City Council later in the spring. It will include feedback on the types of art, potential locations, and any public art-related programming that the public would like to see.