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Houston Airport System Civic Art Program
2011 Director's Briefing
Presented By Pam Ingersoll
Designed and Constructed By J.Alfred Poore

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Civic art final 2 18 11 final for printing

  1. 1. HOUSTON AIRPORT SYSTEM Civic Art Program Director’s Briefing December 29, 2010 Pam Ingersoll Senior Project Manager1
  2. 2. Hobby Airport Art Unveiling Event Video of Mayor Annise Parker Hobby Airport Art Unveiling Event March 8, 2010 2
  3. 3. The Strategic Goal of the Civic Art Program As the region’s most significant global gateway, the Houston Airport System and its Civic Art Program must have the strategic goal of enhancing the quality of life and visitor experience for customers and stakeholders by acquiring, placing and methodically maintaining high quality artistic renderings throughout our airport facilities. 3
  4. 4. City of Houston Civic Art Program City Council approved a citywide ordinance for the percent for art program funding 1.75% of qualified Capital Improvement Project in 1999 Houston Airport System complied with its civic art funding and installation of art in construction projects until a formal art program was established in 2006 to focus on programming to enhance the travelingHOUSTON AIRPORT SYSTEM experience in Houston Airports. The Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) was created in 1978 as the Cultural Arts Council of Houston Harris County (CACHH). Its purpose was to distribute Houston’s Hotel Occupancy Tax to art organizations and serve as program manager for the COH art program. 4
  5. 5. Houston Airport System Civic Art Program Core Services New Art •Civic Art Program Acquisitions •DonationsArt Conservation •Conservation/Curatorial Services Management •Scheduled Maintenance Program Temporary •Houston Livestock & Rodeo, Exhibitions Schools, Etc. 5
  6. 6. Civic Art Project ManagementCivic Art Project Managerhoustonartsalliance (HAA) HAA’s participation insulates City departmental decision making Artists become subcontractors to consultant – Project completion is primarily managed by HAA in coordination with HAS Undetermined projects can be part of the annual contract with HAA eliminating need for City Council for approval on every art project 6
  7. 7. Stages of an Art Project Stage 1Annual Art Plan Stage 2determined by HAS & Stage 3 HAA HAS contracts HAA to administer Art Stage 4 Plan HAS/HAA completes artist HAS selection Director approves Stage 5 art selection Civic Art Committee gives aesthetic review and makes recommendation Stage 6 to City Council HAS & HAA project mgrs. collaborate to accomplish installation of the art component 7
  8. 8. Houston Airport System Art Program Revenue Since Inception As of October 31, 2010 $3,801,463$7,000,000.00 $2,153,583 $364,088 $5,250,000.00 $73,612 $1,053,124 $155,700 $1,109,124 $332,594 $3,500,000.00 $805,902 $6,490,007 $950,0 FY2011 FY2010 $1,750,000.00 FY2009 FY2008 00 FY2007 FY2006 $0 FY2005 FY2004 FY2003 FY2002 FY2001 Total Revenue to Date $17,289,197 8
  9. 9. Available Funding for Civic Art Program As of July 31, 2010 HAS Civic Art $20,430 HOU Civic Art $994,317Consolidated Rental Facility Civic Art $22,285 IAH Civic Art $3,312,041 Total Available Funding $4,349,073 9
  10. 10. Houston Airport System Art Program Since Inception As of October 31, 2010 HAS Funds Rental Car Total Program Consolidated Facility FundsTotal Revenue 17,108,200 250,000 17,358,200Total Encumbrances -12,779,556 -229,570 -13,009,126 Total Remaining to be Programmed 4,328,643 20,430 4,349,073 10
  11. 11. Art Program Goals IAH & HOUTemporary •IAH additional 8-10 venuesExhibitions •HOU additional 3-4 venues •Art Tour Apps for IPOD, Phones, etc. •Art Tour Pocket BrochuresWebsite •Artist video & Web links •Rotating thumbnails on homepage under ‘Art Destinations’ •Section on Temporary Exhibitions •YouTube videos of new Art InstallationsPermanent •Add small portable objects permanent collectionsCollection •Children’s art galleries in corridors to gatesCommunity •Light Spikes Art Day ContestArt Event •Tour the Tunnel Exhibition •Explore feasibility of concession art gallery in IAHRevenue & HOU featuring regional artists’ works of art. 11 7
  12. 12. SummaryCivic Art Program has the strategic goal of enhancing the quality of life and visitor experience for Houston travelers 12