Going Public: The Guide to Creating Art in Public Space
... is a free eight chapter workbook covering all aspects of public art process.
... tests steps for developing creative process and technology for new public art.
... serves as a resource for responsible and innovative artists who work and exhibit in public spaces.
... is suitable for artists of all ages, genres and cultural backgrounds.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Collection of Knowledge
Chapter 3: Crowdsourcing
Chapter 4: Plan Development
Chapter 5: 2D Art Techniques
Chapter 6: 3D Art Techniques
Chapter 7: Communications
Chapter 8: Finalization
The production of this workbook has been supported by District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities as a part of Summer Youth Employment Program in Edgewood in Summer 2009. During this extensive mural project, Albus Cavus artists conducted workshops for the participating young artists and have developed the approach to creating art in public space presented in this publication.
"Going Public: Guide to Creation Art in Public Space" has been a community project that brought together a wonderful group of artists, teachers and young enterpreneurs who share the common goal of transforming public spaces through creative and community-building process. This effort has been coordinated by Peter Krsko. The graphic design and layout of the publication was completed by Tim Rodgers Jr.
The following contributors have donated art, stories, photographs, writing and editing services:
Mika Altskan, Ricardo Barros, Chor Boogie, Melissa Calabrese, Maura Carey, Michael Ciccotello, Chanel Compton, Martha Cooper, Will KASSO Condry, DECOY, Kevin JAZIROCK Irvin, Simone Jacobson, Mark Jenkins, Tiffany Kim, Tiffany de Lisio, Sarah Massey, Berit Oskey, PaperMonster, Pose 2 is Mr. Maxx Moses, Kristen Gilmore Powell, Leon Rainbow, Tim CON Conlon, Evan Roth, Neil Takemoto, Rein Triefeldt, Asad ULTRA Walker, Andrew Wilkinson
(c) albus cavus 2011