Algonquin tapping into the power of art downtown
ALGONQUIN – Including this year’s new public pieces, about 225 works of art have been displayed throughout Algonquin since the village’s public art program began in 2005.
The Algonquin Public Arts Commission, established six years ago, moved quickly to change the cultural landscape of the village.
The idea was to place a cultural stamp on the community, addressing fears that Algonquin was developing a reputation for traffic gridlock and retail sprawl.
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