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Three years ago the Chapel Hill Town Council set up its Percent for Art program. The program requires one percent of the total budget of selected capital projects to be set aside for the creation, installation, and maintenance of permanent works of art. The program seeks to bring art into the realm of daily life and help make it accessible to everyone.
A sculpture by Thomas Sayre depicting a bullet's path on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill creates controversy over what public art should be and the nature of artistic expression.