Oregon
Rule Rule 123-475-0080
Criteria for Relocation or Deaccession


The Oregon Arts Commission may approve a request to consider Relocation or Deaccession of a Work of Art for one or more of the following reasons:

(1)

The artwork requires unforeseen excessive maintenance or repair, contains failing materials, faults of design or workmanship, or repairing or securing the Work of Art is or becomes impractical or unfeasible;

(2)

It would benefit the collection re replace the Work of Art with another more significant Work of Art by the same Artist;

(3)

The Work of Art has been the source of significant, documented adverse public reaction over at least five years, and a broad range of people who come into regular contact with the Work of Art support its removal;

(4)

The condition or security of the Work of Art cannot reasonably be guaranteed;

(5)

The Work of Art has become significantly less appropriate over time, given changes in the function or character of the collection, setting or the community;

(6)

The site is going to be demolished or adapted, and it is not possible to successfully incorporate the Work of Art into redevelopment of the site;

(7)

The site is not longer publicly accessible;

(8)

There is not suitable new site available for the Work of Art in the same facility;

(9)

The Work of Art endangers public safety.
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Aug. 18, 2019