Unformatted text preview: I think art in public spaces contributes to building community and a sense of culture can have the artist’s work be admired all around the world, have visitors explore and encourage others to learn about art and the artist. The community will have the experience of what the artist is trying to say or the meaning of the art work. Visitors can have somewhere to go and take their children or family. It is important to have our kids learn about art and how it comes in different form, what the artist is seeing or feeling....
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- Spring '10
- Meaning of life, public space, public art, Brackenridge Park, Calder sculptures