The term ‘public art’ cannot be simply defined and is used to describe a massive array of art features and processes. Any artwork located within a public place, outside of a gallery is generally described as public art. This can include threedimensional sculpture or two-dimensional mural painting, paving or mosaic. It may be sited in an urban environment or the wider landscape. It may be a permanent fixture, ephemeral feature or event linked to performance art. It may be created by the community or provided for the benefit of the community by any number of organisations with differing agendas.