The role of public art in the communicative practices on university campuses in North America - A case study of public art controversies at an Canadian university

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2016-08-10
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Author: Li, Han
Abstract
Through the investigation of the organizational structures behind the decision-making process of university collections of public art as well as the controversies on campus in North American universities, this extended essay presents a case study of SFU Art Gallery and public art to examine how university art galleries and museums communicate their identities and values through their public art collection and play the role as modern national educational institutions to communicate values and ideologies through communicative practices.
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