Public Art Policy
Vice President for Capital Planning & Facilities
University Director Real Estate
Capital Planning and Facilities
All exterior installations shall be reviewed by the University Architect's Office and the department on each campus charged with maintenance of the physical plant for compliance with safety, structural and code requirements. The Office of Risk Management is responsible for insurance arrangements.
In certain situations, the Trustees shall delegate to the Chancellor of each campus authority to review and approve individual objects or installations. These exceptions are enumerated in the Definitions portion of this policy and are subject to periodic review by the Trustees of Indiana University.
The Chancellor of each campus shall appoint a Campus Arts Committee (see Procedures section below).
Each campus should seek to collaborate with the adjoining community in planning for public art installations on lands adjoining the campus.
To insure that all exterior changes to each Indiana University campus are subject to appropriate and consistent review by Campus Administration and the Trustees of Indiana University. To support the special role Indiana University plays in contributing to the cultural and aesthetic dimensions of the state by encouraging each campus to promote its unique exceptional beauty and to create opportunities for the visual arts to take their proper place in the cultural life of the community of which each campus is a part.
Membership of the Campus Arts Committee shall include:
Responsibilities of the Campus Arts Committee are to make recommendations to the Chancellor regarding:
Exterior art installations for which the Trustees have delegated authority to review individual objects or installations to the Chancellor of each campus:
Physical Plant is used to refer to that unit on each campus that is responsible for maintenance of buildings and grounds. It is referred to as Physical Plant on Bloomington, Kokomo, Northwest, and Southeast campuses. Exceptions are at IUPUI (Campus Facility Services), East (Physical Facilities), and South Bend (Facilities Management).