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Collaboration

'Conversation Piece', Electric Wharf, Coventry, David Patten/Bryant Priest Newman Architects, 2003

An Artist's Perspective: Remember What Jack Said

Just because you are an artist doesn't mean you can collaborate. The collaboration, and the ability to collaborate, come first.

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Research

Public art research

Collaboration

Reflections on Collaboration - Feasibility and Sustainability

Collaboration

The Art of Illumination: What role do artists play in lighting our public realm? More collaboration

Practical advice

Animal Wall, Gitta Gschwendtner. Cardiff Bay housing development. Photo: Safle

Guidelines for Commissioning and Selecting Artists and Craftspeople

The selection of an artist or craftsperson for a public art commission should be an intriguing and exciting task but it can also be fraught with difficulties.

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Policies and guidance

Landcom Public Art Guidelines, New South Wales, Australia

Local authorities

Public Art and Planning

Policies

Policies, Strategies and Guidance More practical advice

Reports

Boston Pendulum by Paul Robbrecht - Photographer: David Martin

Art in the Travelling Landscape: Hi-Views

Art & the Travelling Landscape is an art project focused on the National Cycle Network, a sustainable transport infrastructure with 12,000 miles of safe cycling and walking routes.

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Regeneration

Positive Places, Look Ahead Housing and Care, Public Art Programme

Reports

Art at the Met Office

Healthcare

Patient Environments and the Arts More reports

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