January 26, 1998 Council for Cultural Affairs
CCA Directive, Document No. 00511
February 20, 2002
Council for Cultural Affairs Document No. 0912120618
Ministry of the Interior Directive No. 0910087423 as amended
December 12, 2003
Ministry of the Interior Directive No. 0920091567 as amended

Article 1

The administrative method described herein is in accordance with the stipulations of Item 9, Paragraph 5 of the Regulations Governing the Award of Scholarships for Culture and the Arts, (hereafter referred to as ‘CASR’).

Article Two

Public Art projects should be executed in accordance with governing regulations as stipulated by Item 9, Paragraph 4 of the CASR, and have undergone and passed a Final Review by the Public Art Consultation Board, Council for Cultural Affairs (hereafter referred to as ‘PACB’), or by the Public Art Review Committee of either a city or county government.

Article Three

Responsibility for Public Art project consultation, policy, planning, amendment and review lies with the PACB. This Board is to comprise between 13 and 17 members, including either the Chairman or the Vice-chairman of the CCA, which individual shall concurrently act as Convener of the PACB; and the XXX of the CCA, which individual shall act as Vice-convener; and other Members of the CCA, to be assigned as follows:

(1) between five and seven Members knowledgeable in art project administration; art evaluation; applied arts; art education and creative arts, with at least one individual for each of the five categories;
(2) between three and five Members knowledgeable in urban planning, architecture, and landscape design, with at least one individual for each of the five categories;
(3) one Member knowledgeable in culture, law or other related specialty.

The PACB shall convene once annually and additionally as necessary. Members shall serve for a period of two full years. The City Council shall convene the Review Board for the Initial Review, and is responsible for the review of all major governmental public engineering and public art projects.

Article Four

City (and County) governments shall establish a Review Board. The Board is to comprise between 13 and 17 members, including either the head or second-in-charge of the relevant government, which individual shall concurrently serve as Convener of the Review Board; and either the Chairman of the CCA or the Director of the Cultural Center, which individual shall act as Vice-convener; and other Members of the relevant government, to be assigned as follows:

(1) between five and seven Members knowledgeable in art project administration; art evaluation; applied arts; art education and creative arts, with at least one individual for each of the five categories;

(2) between three and five Members knowledgeable in urban planning, architecture, and landscape design, with at least one individual for each of the five categories;

(3) one representative of a social or public interest group, a legal specialist, and a supervisor from local government construction or urban planning operations.

. Members shall serve for a period of two full years.

Article Five

The Review Board shall convene once annually. It will undertake the following responsibilities:

(1) to review plans for all public art installations, and provide recommendations;
(2) to review competition results for all public art installations, and provide recommendations;
(3) to review the Completion Report for all public art installations, and provide commentary;
(4) overall planning and review for public art installations in the relevant jurisdiction.
(5) public art project design and installation;
(6) provision of Public art project installation consultation and advisory;
(7) public art project participation and awareness among the general public.

Article Six

Upon the initiation of construction of large-scale public engineering works, a government organization should establish a Public Art Project Working Group (hereafter known as ‘PAIWG’) to undertake the responsibility of the administration of public art design and installation.

The Working Group shall comprise between 4 and 7 members, including one designated by the head of the government organization to serve as Convener, and other Members of the CCA, to be assigned as follows:

Members knowledgeable in art project administration; art evaluation; applied arts; art education and creative arts;

Members knowledgeable in construction, architecture, or engineering;

a representative of the construction or engineering company in charge of the project.


Article Seven

The PAIWG shall undertake the following:

(1) to review Public Art project proposals;
(2) to manage the proposal solicitation, public participation, evaluation and budgeting processes;
(3) to assess the report on solicitation results;
(4) to commission and install Public Art works;
(5) to compose and edit the Public Art Project Completion Report;
(6) other relevant duties.

Article Eight

The abovementioned Public Art project proposals shall include the following:

(1) a conceptual description of the proposed Public Art installation;
(2) the method of proposal solicitation;
(3) the means of public participation;
(4) a list of chosen participants;
(5) the process of value authentication;
(6) the proposed budget;
(7) a list of the Working Group Members.

Article Nine

In accordance with Item Two of Article Nine, approved methods of Public Art project commission are as follows:

(1) Public Solicitation method: solicitation of Public Art proposals by public announcement, to be followed by the convening of an Evaluation Committee, and the choice of a tabled proposal;
(2) Invitation method: invitation of two or more artists to participate, to be followed by the convening of an Evaluation Committee, and the choice of a tabled proposal;
(3) Agency method: an artist from a pre-approved list can be asked to submit a number of proposals, to be followed by the convening of an Evaluation Committee, and the choice of one proposal among them;
(4) the choice of an existing work according to evaluation criteria;

The PAIWG shall take into consideration such factors as special characteristics of the construction site and the structure, the budget and other relevant aspects of the particular project before deciding which of the above methods to employ, which decision must then pass the review Board

Article Ten

An Evaluation Committee shall be established prior to the public solicitation of Public Art proposals, in order to decide upon evaluation criteria and to execute the evaluation process The Evaluation Committee shall comprise between 5 and 7 Members, to be drawn from the sponsoring administrative organization, or from professionals chosen by it, and to include at least one expert in each of the following:

(1) creative arts;
(2) art criticism;
(3) applied arts.

Article Eleven

Public Art projects already selected by the process as stipulated by these articles shall 規定採限制性招標 according to methods outlined in Article 22, Item 1, Line 2 or Line 14 of the Government Procurement Code.

Article Twelve

The sponsoring municipal or county government is responsible for the review and oversight of all Public Art installations connected to large public works and public construction projects. The City Council is responsible for any project that spans two or more jurisdictions. In cases where Public Art installations are part of large public works and public construction projects, the relevant local government shall be invited to occupy a chair on the relevant Review Committee. Those cases not reviewed by this process shall be reviewed by the CCA Review Board.

Addendum to Article Twelve

All Public Art installations that are part of large public works and public construction projects sponsored by the Ministry of Education, and/or schools or related public organizations, shall be reviewed and approved by the relevant Review Committees.

Article Thirteen

The Project Solicitation Results Report cited in Article Seven shall include the following:

(1) a record of the solicitation process;
(2) an introduction to the selected Public Art proposal;
(3) installment plans for the selected Public Art proposal;
(4) the process of public participation;
(5) a record of value authentication
(6) an administration and promotion plan.


Article Fourteen

The Public Art Project Completion Report cited in Article Seven shall include the following:

(1) a record of the installation process;
(2) a factual description of the result;
(4) notes and recommendations.

Article Fifteen

The administrators or executors of all Public Art installations connected to large public works and public construction projects shall consider all the recommendations of the artist in drafting administrative and maintenance plans for the installation, and utilize a line-item style budget.

Article Sixteen

The administrators or executors of all Public Art installations connected to large public works and public construction projects shall ensure that discussion and review of Public Art works projects has been completed prior to purchase and installation. Ubsequent to its installation shall not remove or shift the Public Art work for a period of five years. Under extraordinary circumstances, petition may be made to the CCA’s XXX for an exemption from this clause.

Article Seventeen

The administrators or executors of all Public Art installations connected to large public works and public construction projects shall ensure that discussion, review and approval procedures have been completed by all relevant bodies prior to purchase and installation of the work.

Article Eighteen

When reviewing plans submitted for Public Art Installation Projects attached to large-scale public works and construction projects, the Public Works Committee of the Executive Yuan shall inform the relevant government office, in accordance with methods stipulated in Article Nine, Section Two.

The relevant City and/or County authorities with supervisory jurisdiction over construction, shall inform the local authority with supervisory jurisdiction over local cultural affairs when reviewing public works construction permits, in accordance with methods stipulated in Article Nine, Section One.

Article Nineteen

Public Art installations connected to large public works and public construction projects that are not executed in accordance with the provisions stated herein, and are not brought into accordance within the period of time specified by the CCA after a case review, shall be dealt with according to Article Thirty-two.

Article Twenty

According to these provisions, Members of relevant committees and organizations do not hold salaried positions. However, approved compensation may be paid for service rendered.

Article Twenty-one

The provisions listed herein become effective upon the date of their public issue.




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