A rendering of Mia Feuer’s proposed public art piece, “Antediluvian," a sunken gas station sculpture in the Anacostia River.

A rendering of Mia Feuer’s proposed public art piece, “Antediluvian," a sunken gas station sculpture in the Anacostia River.

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Where The Public Fits In Public Art Projects

Kojo explores how much input the public should have in public art projects and how that squares with the visions of the artists who do the work.

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