Art and the public

the democratization of the fine arts in the United States, 1830-1860
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Metzler , Stuttgart
Popular culture -- United States, Arts and society -- United S

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United St

StatementLucille Wrubel Grindhammer.
SeriesAmerikastudien ;, Bd. 41, Amerikastudien (Series) ;, Bd. 41.
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LC ClassificationsNX503.7 .G75
The Physical Object
Pagination86 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4923792M
ISBN 103476003159
LC Control Number76350035

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New•Land•Marks: public art, community, and the meaning of place. Book 1, the Vision for Public Art in Drainage and Wastewater, provides a unified conceptual framework within which public art unfolds and offers guidance on the conception and execution of public art projects and programs.

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Following are some key aspects of the Vision for Public Art. Studies are increasingly demonstrating the concrete positive, public health benefits of public art.

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