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Author: Gordon S Grice

Why Is There Public Art?

Like many of you, I live in a city, where there is scarcely a square metre of land that some architect, planner or designer hasn’t poked or manipulated – sometimes with spectacular results, other times, not. We are rarely consulted about these intrusions. They just happen.Public art provides a significant departure. It provides a means of improving our daily lives by adding extra meaning to everyday forms and spaces and, in many municipalities, there is even public consultation – asking for our (or our representatives’) input. With public art, we all get the chance to engage with our built environment in a way that is personal and meaningful.

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Latest Issue of The Journal: Summer 2019

Vol. 2, No. 4 – COLOUR
For centuries, architecture and urban design have been characterized by austere colour schemes
(Anything else would have been tawdry)
Has this epoch finally come to an end?

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Next in The Journal

Vol. 2, No. 4 – FALL 2019
DRAWING
An examination of drawing as a narrative, drawing as a record of experiences and drawing as a means of discovery

Vol. 3, No. 1 – WINTER 2019/20
AUTHENTICITY
Highlighting the changing definitions of “authenticity” as it applies to architecture

Submission deadline: October 4, 2019

Vol. 3, No. 2 – SPRING 2020
WATER
We look at the many uses of water as a building material, a plumbing necessity, an aesthetic device, and the source of countless insurance claims.

Submission deadline: December 20, 2019

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