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The city of Stockton is asking the public to help choose a new public art piece that will be showcased at the northeast corner of Victory Park.

Artists who submitted entries for the project were asked to design a large piece of art that reflects the diversity of the community and illustrates the local history and art that is represented at the Haggin Museum, a museum also located at Victory Park.

(Video courtesy of city of Stockton/YouTube)

According to the city, the Stockton Arts Commission has now selected three proposals of art pieces and is asking the community to view and vote for which art piece most fits the goal of the project.

The city said the project’s cost will be between $150,000 and $175,000, which includes art design, fabrication, delivery, storage, prevailing wage and installation.

People can watch a video with information about each art selection and the artist, then cast their vote online.

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