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The Artist"s Guide to Public Art How to Find and Win Commissions by Lynn Basa

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Published by Allworth Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Industrial / Commercial Art & Design,
  • Business Aspects,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Art / Business Aspects,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art commissions,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Public art,
  • United States

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12279776M
ISBN 101581155018
ISBN 109781581155013
OCLC/WorldCa166378093

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  The Artist's Guide to Public Art is a great resource recommended to anyone with an interest or stake in the field." -Christina Lanzl, director, Urban Culture Institute "Filled with both practical specifics and astute perceptions of the genre, I have found The Artist's Guide to Public Art to be an indispensable text for my public art class/5(18).   Packed with details on working with contracts, conflict, controversy, communities, committees, and more, The Artist’s Guide to Public Art shows artists the way to cut through the red tape and win commissions that are rewarding both financially /5(24). Packed with details on working with contracts, conflict, controversy, communities, committees, and more, The Artist’s Guide to Public Art shows artists the way to cut through the red tape and win commissions that are rewarding both financially and Edition: 1st Edition.   This superb volume provides artists with all the tools and knowledge they need in order to win and produce public art "Artist's Guide to Public Art" teaches readers the best ways to find, apply for, compete, and win a public art commission - as well as how to deal with project managers, contracts, conflict, and controversy/5(26).

  "This long awaited nuts and bolts guide to the complex― and often challenging― field of public art is a must-have.. [T]he definitive resource for information for local government, arts agencies, arts professionals, and artists themselves."―Cited by: 7.   Packed with details on working with contracts, conflict, controversy, communities, committees, and more, The Artist's Guide to Public Art, Second Edition, shows artists how to cut through the red tape and win commissions that are rewarding both financially and : Lynn Basa. The Artist's Guide to Public Art is a great resource recommended to anyone with an interest or stake in the field." -Christina Lanzl, director, Urban Culture Institute "Filled with both practical specifics and astute perceptions of the genre, I have found The Artist's Guide to Public Art to . Public art brings artists and their creative vision into the civic decision making process. In addition the aesthetic benefits of having works of art in public places, artists can make valuable contributions when they are included in the mix of planners, engineers, designers, elected officials, and community.