Art on Construction Fence Program

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The Art on Construction Fence Program is operated under the City’s Mural Program, which is administered by the Arts Division as part of the Art on the Outside Program. The Art on Construction Fence Program enriches the existing Mural Program but follows an independent, expedited review process with Arts Division staff. The Art on Construction Fence Program transforms the function of a construction fence as a safety barrier into a canvas for art. The art functions as a valuable outlet for artists to share their talents with the community and allow opportunities for engagement – contributing to the dynamic and creative vitality of the City.

REQUIRED PROJECTS:

  • Commercial properties of 10,000 sqft or more
  • One street-facing frontage of at least 75 linear feet

All other commercial properties under construction may install temporary art on to the property's construction fence, provided that the fence complies with the Building Code of the City of West Hollywood and the project's construction mitigation plan, and that the art complies with the provision in the Zone Ordinance 19.20.240.

ART ON CONSTRUCTION FENCE PROCESS

 STEP ONE:

Select an artist from the WEHO Muralist Roster 

 STEP TWO:

Submit an online application. All art on construction fence projects must be approved prior to installation.

 STEP THREE:

Arts Division staff will review applications within 10 business days with approval or request for changes.

 STEP FOUR:

After an application is approved the applicant must submit an over-the-counter Zone Clearance Permit and pay the fee. If you have any questions about the Zone Clearance Permit application or fees you should call the Planning Counter at (323) 848-6475 or planning@weho.org.

 

Install the Art on Construction Fence project!

 STEP FIVE: Submit photographic documentation of the completed installation of the art on construction fence project within 14 days of the installation.

 

DOWNLOAD THE WEST HOLLYWOOD MURAL PROGRAM PROCESS AND GUIDELINES

 

Questions? Contact Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Administrator, 323-848-6846, rehemann@weho.org