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for Popular Government Vol. 64 Issue 4, Summer 1999
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Public art is art not housed in a museum but found in the everyday environment, like paintings on buildings or the sonic plaza at East Carolina University. It can express an idea or commemorate an event. It can be funded by the state, such as North Carolina's Artworks for Public Buildings Act; by art councils at the state and local level; and by municipalities. Public art in Cary, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Salisbury is profiled.