SEARCH RESULTS FOR PUBLIC ART IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 230 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Gude, Olivia
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2018

Public art and arts education have been intertwined by arts administrators, educators, and artists over many years. This foundational paper explores the intersection between public art and arts education by expanding on the current state of each field, the similarities between the two, and the opportunities currently present for further engagement between them.

Author(s): King, Morgana and Canzonetti, Anne, Editor
Date of Publication: Sep 01, 2017

Natural disasters are a part of life and unavoidable in many parts of the country. It is necessary to be prepared for when nature strikes a public art collection. This paper is a case study on the reaction to and lessons learned during the recovery of New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina struck the city in 2005.

Author(s): Stone, Ben and Nezam, Malory
Date of Publication: Sep 01, 2017

This field scan is a summary of the ways in which artists are currently contributing to place-based transportation projects. Although it includes a discussion of art in transit and public art programs (both defined later in this document), the field scan focuses primarily on artistic projects directly addressing a transportation challenge and produced in partnership with others working on that challenge. The field of public art is also shifting in this direction, due to changes in artistic practice and in funding, so that now many public art programs address various stages of transportation

Author(s): Nspiregreen
Date of Publication: Apr 01, 2017

In early winter 2016, the City of Alexandria engaged Nspiregreen, a local consulting firm, to assist with development of a Streetscape Toolbox (toolbox).This toolbox is primarily intended for use by private property owners to guide the development of a more pedestrian-friendly, active streetscape that speaks to the artistic and creative character of the City of Alexandria and specifically, the Old Town North neighborhood. The City of Alexandria, community members and other stakeholders may also utilize this toolbox to coordinate temporary uses and activities in the right of way such as

Author(s): Kendellen, Peggy
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2017

The agenda for the 2017 Northwestern Public Art Conference (NoWPac), as an example for other groups who are interested in creating their own regionally-focused professional public art group.

Author(s): Nelson, Erika
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2017

This essay was written as a means to provide an outlook of the current understandings of what make planning and implement public art in rural areas unique.

Author(s): Kendellen, Peggy
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2017

This agenda is a sample of an annual meeting of the Northwestern Public Art Commission, which take place in a range of locations in the northwestern and British Columbia areas of the US and Canada. This agenda is a sample for use by others who are interested in setting up a meeting with other regional public art professionals or programs.

Author(s): Walsh, Patricia
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2017

This template is designed as a reference for developing an agenda for your first meeting of a public art planning process with you and your project team/stakeholders.

Author(s): Public Art Chattanooga
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2017

Public Art Chattanooga and the Steering Committee for the Fallen Five Memorial seek artist led multi-disciplinary design team’s artistic qualifications to commemorate the fatal shootings of five servicemen on July 16, 2015, through a permanent memorial in Chattanooga’s TN Riverpark.

Author(s): Arts & Science Council
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2017

The Arts & Science Council (ASC) is accepting qualifications from professional artists or teams of artists in response to a public art opportunity for the City of Charlotte’s Comprehensive Neighborhood Improvement Program (CNIP).

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