by Sarah Sole, ThisWeek Community News

Dublin Arts Council officials are working with city of Dublin leaders on a five-year plan that would identify options for permanent and temporary art in the city.

The public-art master plan is the first one of its kind the arts council is working on with the city, said Janet Cooper, director of engagement at the Dublin Arts Council.

The plan likely is to be adopted by the end of the second quarter and will provide a menu of options for large-scale permanent artwork, such as the city’s “Field of Corn” and “Leatherlips,” as well as temporary artwork and performance and spectacle art.

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