On March 20, 2011, ArtsinStark unveiled plans spanning five communities and five county-wide initiatives, all designed to integrate the arts into long-term plans for economic development.
HIGHLIGHTS: When 20/20 Vision is completed we will have:
Three blocks of historic buildings in downtown Louisville fully-occupied with cultural spaces, offices, and specialty retail.
Arts and academics integrated in the majority of our schools systems with test scores “going through the roof.”
More than 75,000 tourists coming to experience the “The Main Crossing” project in Alliance.
The historic “Market Street” project in downtown Minerva with 95% filled with cultural spaces, offices, and shops.
“The Eleven” - a monumental series of public art works celebrating the eleven greatest moments in professional football.
A county wide Public Art Program with more than 350 new pieces of public art.
The “town center” in Jackson transformed into an ongoing celebration of Jackson history.
The “Do the Loop” marketing partnership between Hall of Fame, McKinley Museum, First Ladies, Classic Car, and the Cultural Center/Arts District attracting 150,000 visitors a year.
Stark County artists recognized for their public art commissions in cities across the nation.
More than 50,000 visitors experiencing the attractions of the QuARTer art and retail project in downtown Massillon.
And, finally, a Stark County that is recognized nationally as one of the 10 most innovative places in America.
Click here to see the 20/20 Vision Book or
We invite you to read on each section and see how we’re going to do it.
2020 Public Art
Some SAMPLE documents to get you started:
Task Force Invitation SAMPLE
Chairperson Invitation SAMPLE
Agenda for Task Force Meeting One SAMPLE
Community Plan SAMPLE
Partnership Agreement SAMPLE
Download updated 2020 plan (Fall 2014)