New Land Marks: Public Art, Community, and the Meaning of Place
Penny Balkin Bach, Fairmount Park Art Association
Editions Ariel, 2001 - Art - 160 pages
How a Philadelphia organization initiated a program to plan and create public art projects with the community.
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