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The Practice of Public Art
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Foreword

Section One: Out of Theory

    1. Cameron Cartiere (Birkbeck College, University of London): Coming in from the Cold: a Public Art History
    2. Suzanne Lacy (Otis College of Art and Design): New Genre Public Art a Decade Later
    3. Jane Rendell (University College, London): 'Space, Place and Site in Critical Spatial Arts Practice'
    4. Maggie Adamek (University of Minnesota) and Karl Lorenz (University of Minnesota): 'Public Art and the Contest of Democratic Space'
    5. Malcolm Miles (University of Plymouth): 'Critical Spaces: Memorials and Reparations, Memories and Changes'
    6. Declan McGonagle (University of Ulster): Defining the Public in Public Art
    7. PLATFORM: Public Art as 'Slow Activism'
    8. Section Two: Into Practice

    9. Shelly Willis (University of Minnesota): Restructuring the System - Commissioning Public Art
    10. Terri Cohn (San Francisco Art Institute): As Rich as Getting Lost in Venice: Sustaining a Career as a Public Artist Andrew Leicester, Buster Simpson, John Roloff, Agnes Denes
    11. Stephanie Johnson (California State University, Monteray Bay): Teaching public art practice USA
    12. Faye Carey (Chelsea College of Art and Design, London): Teaching public art practice UK
    13. Carrie Moyer (DAM!): Public Art for a Political Audience -- From Margin to Mainstream: Dyke Action Machine!
    14. Regina Flanagan (Landscape Architect, St. Paul Minnesota): The Sometimes Uneasy Relationship Between Public Art and Urban Design
    15. Kristin Calhoun (Public Art Manager, Portland, Oregon): Supporting Temporary Public Art
    16. Thinking Like a Public Artist: Interviews & Manifestos --, Siah Armajani's, Group Material, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Harrell Fletcher, Ben Rubin, Janet Zweig and Mark Dion

Section Three: Public Art History Timeline

About the Author

Cameron Cartiere is a lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London in the department of Arts Policy & Management. She has lectured extensively on public art issues and contemporary art practice and is the co-author of The Manifesto of Possibilities, a guide for the commissioning of public art in urban environments. Shelly Willis is the Director of the City of Sacramento Public Art Program. She has managed public art projects and programs for more than 20 years.

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"For university collections and other institutions, this important work is indispensable." Joni M. Palmer, Public Art Review

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