2022 Georgia Code
Title 8 - Buildings and Housing
Chapter 5 - Art in State Buildings
§ 8-5-3. Definitions

Universal Citation: GA Code § 8-5-3 (2022)

As used in this chapter, the term:

  1. “Acquisition” means acquisition by purchase, lease, or commission.
  2. “Council” means the Georgia Council for the Arts.
  3. “State buildings” means state office buildings, hospitals, prisons, buildings of state authorities, and such other state buildings which the Georgia Council for the Arts deems appropriate for the inclusion of art as provided in this chapter but shall not mean either the state capitol or the capitol education center.
  4. “Work of art” means any work of visual art, including, but not limited to, a drawing, painting, mural, fresco, sculpture, mosaic, or photograph; a work of calligraphy; a work of graphic art, including an etching, lithograph, offset print, silk screen, or a work of graphic art of like nature; crafts, including crafts in clay, textile, fiber, wood, metal, plastic, glass, or like materials; or mixed media, including a collage, assemblage, or any combination of the foregoing art media. The term “work of art” does not include environmental landscaping placed about a state building.

History. Code 1981, § 8-5-3 , enacted by Ga. L. 1987, p. 891, § 1; Ga. L. 2000, p. 1332, § 1.

Cross references.

Georgia Council for the Arts, § 50-12-20 et seq.

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