(1) The Arts Program of the Oregon Business Development Department and the Oregon
Department of Administrative Services, if the construction project is located within
the area described in ORS 276.054, and the Arts Program of the Oregon Business Development Department, the Oregon Department
of Administrative Services and the contracting agency if the project is located outside
the area described in ORS 276.054, in consultation with the architect for the particular building shall determine the
amount available for each state building and shall commission by contract or shall
purchase suitable works of art for each building. The agencies designated by this section are solely responsible for selection, review
of design, execution, placement and acceptance of works of art acquired pursuant to
ORS 276.073 to 276.090. The designated agencies, to the extent reasonable, shall consult with appropriate
local citizens groups and the occupants of the affected state building in determining
the selection of the works of art.
(2) Of the amount determined to be available for a state building under subsection
(1) of this section, a portion may be assessed by the Arts Program of the Oregon Business
Development Department and used to reimburse the program for costs incurred under
ORS 276.073 to 276.090 as administrative expenses or as expenses for maintaining the works of art acquired.
No more than 10 percent of the amount available for a state building may be assessed
under this subsection.
(3) Title to works of art acquired pursuant to ORS 276.073 to 276.090 vests with the contracting agency in the name of the state. The agencies designated by this section may lend works of art between public buildings
whenever in their judgment the loan will be to the benefit of the citizens of this
state. However, the works of art shall be returned to the contracting agency at its request.
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