Public Art Research Project Steering Group report to government.
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Published by Stationery Office in Dublin .
Written in English

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  • Public art -- Ireland.

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Other titlesTuairisc don rialtas ón grúpa stúrtha.
The Physical Object
Pagination[20]p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22317563M
ISBN 100707649099
OCLC/WorldCa38330866

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Learn how to find, apply for, compete for, and win a public art commission. First-hand interviews with experienced public artists and arts administrators provide in-the-trenches advice and insight, and a chapter on public art law, written by Barbara Hoffman, the country's leading public art law attorney, answers questions about this complex s:   In , Ixia commissioned OPENspace, the research center for inclusive access to outdoor environments based at the Edinburgh College of Art and Heriot-Watt University, to research ways of evaluating public art, ultimately resulting in a comprehensive report, “Public Art: A Guide to Evaluation” (see a helpful summary by Americans for. The new practice of art-based research uses art making as a primary mode of enquiry rather than continuing to borrow research methodologies from other disciplines to study artistic processes. Drawing on contributions from arts therapies, education, history, organizational studies, and philosophy, the essays critically examine unique challenges that include the personal and sometimes intimate. The background section of the project description must account for the scientific and theoretical framework of the project. Rather than providing an exhaustive description of your entire field of research, you should focus on presenting the information needed to understand your project and situate it in a relevant context.