Art on Campus

Type: 
Policy
Category: 
Miscellaneous
Department: 
President’s Office
Phone: 
(541) 463-5139
Primary Contact: 
Rick Williams
Contact Email: 
Responsible Executive Authority: 
Executive Dean, Academic Affairs, Transfer
Purpose: 

The purpose of this policy and the associated procedure is to:

Maximize the visibility of art work on Lane campuses;Ensure diversity of displayed art work;Coordinate art displays;Ensure that works of art are covered by insurance; andCreate accurate records of ownership, deacquisition and art displays for archival purposes.

Narrative: 

Policy Statement

Art work may be loaned, donated or purchased by the college to be displayed temporarily, on a rotating basis or permanently, at any Lane campus location. Works of art donated or purchased by the college shall be documented, maintained and stored appropriately, and repaired as necessary. Insurance coverage for owned and loaned work shall be provided subject to standard policy exclusions, limitations and conditions.

Scope

This policy applies to all art work owned by, loaned to, displayed or stored by the college in established gallery spaces and common areas such as but not limited to building entryways and halls, meeting rooms, the cafeteria, and outdoor spaces. Student art work in a juried exhibition is included in the scope of this policy; student art work displayed in association with a course is not included. Artwork in division/department, personal office spaces or temporary art work displayed in classrooms is not within the scope of this policy.

Definition

The College defines art as the creation of beautiful or thought-provoking works that include but are not limited to printmaking, drawing, book and paper art, painting, sculpture, ceramics textiles, photography, installation art, soundscapes, digital art and mixed media.

Purpose

The purpose of this policy and the associated Art on Campus Procedure is to:

  1. Maximize the visibility of art work on Lane campuses;
  2. Ensure diversity of displayed art work;
  3. Coordinate art displays;
  4. Ensure that works of art are covered by insurance; and
  5. Create accurate records of ownership, deaquisition and art displays for archival purposes.
Definitions: 

The College defines art as the creation of beautiful or thought-provoking works that include but are not limited to printmaking, drawing, book and paper art, painting, sculpture, ceramics textiles, photography, installation art, soundscapes, digital art and mixed media.

Date Adopted: 
Thursday, May 1, 2008
Date Last Reviewed: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2014