Public Art and Urban Design

Public Art and Urban Design

Course Number: AHS X420

1 units

This course documents the growth of public art and its influence on urban design in the United States starting with the emergence of public art in the 1930s. Explore individual, municipal, county, and state programs, as well as funding resources. Through discussion, readings, and group activities, students learn about the current national standards for public art policies and procedures and how public art is selected. This course is for architects, visual artists, planners, art historians, elected officials, and public art managers.


No Prerequisites for this course

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