To research benchmark public art to enable Australian artists to deliver best practice outcomes

United Kingdom
USA
The Arts
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With our cities and communities confronting social, equity, health and economic challenges amplified by the climate crisis and a global pandemic, the need for public art that nurtures our humanity and promotes public  discourse is greater than ever. As public art practitioners we share this responsibility, to listen, learn and change what we do and how we do it, to better serve the needs of our ever-changing world. 


This paper explores the public art ecosystem in the US and UK, through discussion with policy makers, planners, commissioners, curators, and funders, to discover what makes it tick and how it might influence what we do in Australia. 

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Daniel Tobin

Daniel Tobin

QLD
2018

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