Galleries without walls: The persuasive case for urban public art
14 Mar 2019
- Cities, towns, residential spaces, shopping malls, sports centres, health care facilities, corporate spaces, street scapes all aspire to be places where people want to live, work, play and visit. These places gain cultural, social, and economic value through public art.
- Public art breaks the global trend of blandness and sameness and gives communities and places a stronger sense of place and identity. It reflects and reveals our society, adds meaning to our cities and uniqueness to our communities. In short, public art humanizes the built environment and invigorates public spaces.
- Public art is a distinguishing part of our collective history and our shared evolving culture. It provides a collaborative, expressive, visible intersection between past, present and future, between disciplines, and between ideas.
- Public art is freely accessible
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The Perfect Hire team and I thought the expo was fantastic. There was a great mix of people walking through looking at the exhibitions and we have gained a lot of quality leads due to this. We did not hesitate to sign up for the following year when approached to do so.
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The show has a good variety of content including conference, summit and the exhibition itself. We got some quality leads as well. We will definitely come again next year.
We got some quality leads. The show is managed by very nice organizers. We enjoyed the content and environment of the show a lot.
The show is excellent for the business. There’s lots of good quality people to do business with. This is also the best show we’ve ever been to.
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