Developing civic engagement in urban public art programs / edited by Jessica L. DeShazo and Zachary Smith.

"What can public art do for a community? How can city governments and others that create public art develop projects that build community and engage civil society? Creating Civic Engagement in Urban Public Art addresses these and other critical questions. It demonstrates how public art can buil...

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Other Authors: DeShazo, Jessica L. (Editor), Smith, Zachary A. (Zachary Alden), 1953- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Lanham : Rowman and Littlefield, [2015]
Online Access:Click for online access
Table of Contents:
  • Responding to site / Anita Glesta
  • Public art in the hands of the public realm / K.M. Williamson
  • Building civic engagement through urban public art / Donna Isaac
  • City of Austin art in public places program / Jean Graham [and others]
  • Art and civic engagement : collaboration is key / Robyn Vegas
  • The intersection of business and public art : how to engage businesses and citizens in public art / Mary Allman-Koernig
  • Civic engagement as part of evaluating and adopting adaptive public art policies / Sherri Brueggemann
  • A community of narrators and translators / Dee Hibbert-Jones
  • Grandmother's kitchen/Grandfather's garden : growing art and culture in City Heights / Nigel Brookes
  • Secrets of a public art administrator : how to help your city thrive through the magic of public art / Felicia Filer.