Fall 2011

Vol 3, Issue 2

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John Ahearn & Rigoberto Torres, Rodoviária de Brumadinho, 2005

Welcome to Public Art Dialogue’s newsletter for Fall 2011. This edition features a review by Christian Frock of Creative Time’s third annual summit and observations by Kelly Pajek on recent trends in the field. It also includes recommendations of new publications. For the first time, and in every future fall newsletter, we will give special recognition to our Associate and Institutional Members for their considerable support of our organization and we would like to encourage you to join our growing membership.

by Kelly Pajek

In the practice of commissioning permanent public works for the City of New York, I have seen a shift in public art preferences in the type of public art various stakeholders and City owners wish to see.

by Christian L. Frock

This year's summit was held in conjunction with Living as Form, Creative Time's coinciding survey exhibition, which documented more than twenty years of socially engaged projects.