Public Art Sustainability Assessment or PASA is an initiative by Chrysalis Arts to promote good sustainable practice in public art.
It is available for artists, commissioners and anyone else who may be involved in the development, creation, maintenance and decommissioning of public art.
It is distributed free of charge to promote sustainable practice in public art as widely as possible and to provoke action for change where it is needed.
Chrysalis Arts Development addresses the need for excellent art and for high quality support for talent development across a challenging geographical area. We believe that artists can transform places and invigorate communities both through the work they make and through their contribution to the wider social and economic infrastructure.
Central to all our work is a commitment to environmentally responsible arts practice and to supporting artists and audiences to develop new skills and knowledge so that they may engage with the cultural and environmental context in which we live.