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(a) For the purpose of this chapter, unless it is plainly evident from the context that a different meaning is intended, certain terms as used in this chapter are defined as follows:
(1) "Art in public places" means any visual work of art displayed for two weeks or more in an open city-owned area, on the exterior of any city-owned facility, within any city-owned facility in areas designated as public area, lobbies, or public assembly areas, or on non-city property if the work of art is installed or financed, either wholly or in part, with city funds or grants procured by the city.
(2) "Work of art" means and includes, but is not limited to, a sculpture, monument, mural, fresco, relief, painting, fountain, banner, mosaic, ceramic, weaving, carving, and stained glass. "Work of art" normally would not include landscaping, paving, architectural ornamentation, or signs as defined in Chapter 16.20 of this code.
(3) "Permanent installation" means a work of art in a public place intended to remain or remaining for one year or more.
(4) "Temporary installation" means a work of art in a public place intended to remain for less than one year.
(Ord. 2892 § 2 (part), 1975)