Help Plan the Courthouse Plaza

The Duval County Courthouse Plaza Project strives to transform the three acre lawn into a civic and artistic space for downtown Jacksonville.  In the winter and spring of 2020, a stakeholder group will analyze the opportunities and costs of improvements to develop a scope of work for future artists. Through the City’s Art in Public Places Committee, a team will be commissioned to imagine the plaza as public artwork in the fall of 2020 with construction to be completed in 2022.

You are invited to join the conversation as they begin the preliminary plans for the redevelopment of the Duval County Courthouse Plaza.

Learn more about the courthouse project here: https://www.culturalcouncil.org/duval-county-courthouse.html

Please take this survey, http://bit.ly/jaxcourthouseplaza to tell them what you’d like to see in the future courthouse plaza.

 

You are invited to join these Community Engagement meetings:

Public Community Engagement Meeting

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

5:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.

MOCA Jacksonville Theater (prior to Art Walk)

333 Laura St., Jacksonville, Florida 32202

 

AIA Design Charrette

Saturday, February 8, 2020

9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

Haskell Building, 111 Riverside Ave. Jacksonville, Florida 32202

 

Public Community Engagement Meeting

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

5:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.

MOCA Jacksonville Theater (prior to Art Walk)

333 Laura St., Jacksonville, Florida 32202

 

 

Courthouse Stakeholders Committee Members

Judge Dawn K. Hudson, County Court – Division Q; Judge Tatiana Salvador, Circuit Court – Division CR-E; Allison Galloway, Cathedral Arts Project; Dr. Diana Greene, Duval County Public Schools; Maria Hane, Museum of Science & History; Adam Levine, Cummer Museum; Caitlin Doherty, Museum of Contemporary Art; Preston Haskell, Haskell Company; Lori Boyer, Downtown Investment Authority; Numa Saisselin, Florida Theatre & Downtown Vision; Chris Flagg, Haskell Company; Cleveland Ferguson, Jacksonville Transportation Authority; Joe Stelma, Dual County Courts; Charles Moreland, COJ Mayor’s Office; William Joyce, COJ Public Works; Tim Snyder, Jacksonville University

 

The Duval County Courthouse Plaza is a project of the City of Jacksonville’s Art in Public Places (APP) program that is managed by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.  The $619,000 in art funding results from the City’s APP Ordinance that requires 0.75 percent of the original Courthouse construction budget to be set aside for public art. The Cultural Council is the local art agency supporting arts organizations and artists in Duval County for the benefit of NE Florida.

About EU Jacksonville

october, 2021

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