Public Art Essay

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  • Art : The Art And Disrespects Of Public Art

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    said, “The point with public art, I think, is that it helps people form a sense that the place they live in is unique, that there's something special about it.” Public art can influence our emotions, thoughts, and actions. The art that is created can be consider to be an inspiration, or disrespectful towards the community and towards critics. Public art can bring depth into something that is not considered to be worthy of talking. To begin with, Public art is consider to be art of any media that has

  • Public Art Public Essay

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    Coincidentally, works of public art may not be successful in spreading the messages of their creators. Ronald Lee Fleming and Melissa Tapper Goldman, in Public Art for the Public, discuss the possibility that “works that may gain critical renown in a gallery or sculpture park might be ridiculed in public” (Fleming and Goldman). There are however factors that have been known to influence not only how the public perceives public art, but also how the perception influences whether

  • Public Space And Public Art

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    definition of public space in order to further explore certain activities that take place within this sphere. According to Mehta (2014), a definition of public space that focuses on the access and use of space, defines this space as “publicly accessible places where people go for group or individual activities” (p. 54). Thus, these are spaces that contain a variety of different uses and for the purpose of this paper one particular use that explores public space in an alternative way is public art festivals

  • Public Funding For Public Art

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    Throughout history there have been many public funding’s that contributed to the world of art. Whether anyone realizes it or not, artists have a lot of responsibilities to try and please the public when they are working for the public. Also, there are numerous regional issues that greatly influence decisions about publicly funded art. Art is very important when forming a sense of nation character, therefore, we should support the public funding of art in America. Art is an important part of society and

  • Public Art Is Art? What Is Its Art?

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    What is art? What is public art? What is its power? What can it do? According to the article by Patrick Frank, “Public art is art that you might encounter without intending to; it exists in a public place, accessible to everyone” (Pg. 480) If this definition is true, all kinds of advertisements are great forms of Public art. Street, high way, TV, Twitter, YouTube, all of these kind of “Public spaces” are the hotbed of advertisement. Thus, advertisement contains the element the art have, it is a work

  • The Importance Of Public Art

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    Public art is where the artwork is put in public spaces for the audience to see and appreciate. Some private art galleries are costly and some people are not able to afford it. So, by having public art in public space allows people to view for free. It is also easily accessible to all types of audience. The audience who views public art can be people from different age group, gender, ethnicity, belief, and class. “Placemaking is like homemaking”(Kelly). Chicago is one of the best location to explore

  • The Importance Of Public Art

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    Public art has a way of bringing communities together and starting conversations. This semester I am working with Dane Arts Mural Arts (DAMA), which is a nonprofit arts group that creates murals and other forms of art throughout the various communities of Dane County. DAMA is a public and community art program that train local artists to become community artists to create murals that beautify neighborhoods, bring people together, and “make a difference in the lives of youth.” The leaders of the program

  • Public Art Essay

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    Public Art “Any drawn line that speaks about identity, dignity, and unity is art,” (Chaz Bojorquey) is a statement that I agree with. Art is perceived differently from all people based on their culture, religion, personal taste, and many other factors. I believe that as long as what has been created is meaningful to either the creator or even to somebody that is viewing it, it should be considered art. Art in the public is a very controversial subject that brings up the important question of

  • The Importance Of Public Art

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    What is art? The answer to that has been debated for thousands of years. The definition of art is too broad a topic to discuss in just a few words. Public art, though also varying wildly from piece to piece, can be defined more easily. It's not considered an art form, so to speak, because it can be any piece of art available to the public to view, of any size or medium. This includes sculptures, murals, and architecture. Some people may even consider graffiti to be public art. And it's not just

  • Public Art in the United Arab Emirates

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    Public art is the art that has been planned to of being staged in public and its usually outdoor, it can be carved sculpture, cast or built or painted. What’s special about public art is the way how it is made, the place where it is and what meaning it has behind it. Public art can express community value or describe a cultural related point, and its placed in public for everyone to see. Public art is a reflection of how the artist sees the world and response to his time and space. In this essay