Daily digest: CODAawards opens to public voting, a revamped sculpture garden at the Brooklyn Museum, and more

Happy Monday! Below, you’ll find a handful of notable news items to keep you up to speed as a new week begins and summer kicks into full gear.

CODAawards announces launch of public voting period 

Public voting has opened for the People’s Choice CODAawards. Following the submission of 460 commissioned public art projects from 20 countries, the jury for the 2022 edition of the flagship awards program of Wisconsin-based arts organization CODAworx has narrowed down submitted designs to a top 100—and now the public is invited to decide which installation it likes best. Firms and artists from around the world submitted designs for realized projects

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