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City’s public art manager elected to national art advisory council
Friday, January 11, 2019 by Tai Moses
Sue Lambe, who has managed Austin’s Art in Public Places Program since 2016, has been elected by Americans for the Arts to serve a three-year term on the national nonprofit Public Art Network Council, which advocates for the arts and arts education in the U.S. Lambe’s role will be to advise Americans for the Arts’ staff on developing programs and services. She will also work with fellow national arts leaders at the Public Art Network Council to advise on annual programming, choose the Public Art Network award recipient and offer her perspective on public art and public art programs. Lambe currently manages the city’s public art collection, which consists of over 300 pieces.
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