A plan to add to Capitol Hill’s mix of large-scale, publicly accessible art is on hold due to concerns about intellectual property.
“Stunning Seattle” mural initiative organizer Justin Hart tells CHS that the project, which includes plans for murals on four Capitol Hill buildings, has been delayed due to an insurance issue with the city. The city is stipulating that insurance be purchased to protect against intellectual property infringement, Hart wrote in an email to CHS.
The group organizing the project still intends to produce smaller murals through this summer, but the larger murals will most likely be waiting until 2014.
You can learn more at stunningseattle.org.