Programming Note: Site Spec Hiatus

Programming Note: Site Spec Hiatus

A note to Site Spec readers: I’m going to be taking a (hopefully) short hiatus from posting while I do some technical work on the website. I’ll…

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Friday Roundup: Quebec's Biggest Codfish Edition

Friday Roundup: Quebec’s Biggest Codfish Edition

Welcome to another edition of the public art news roundup. To start the roundup today, I’m going to repost some thoughts I published on my Medium…

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Pittsburgh Moves to Safeguard the “Public” Art It Doesn’t Own

Pittsburgh Moves to Safeguard the “Public” Art It Doesn’t Own

After an iconic, publicly accessible but privately owned sculpture was sold in Pittsburgh, Mayor Bill Peduto is looking to safeguard privately owned art in the city’s…

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Friday Roundup: Archaeological Station Edition

Friday Roundup: Archaeological Station Edition

Welcome to another edition of the public art news roundup. It took me a few reads to get through the Stanford letter. If you’re a…

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Triple Art Opportunity Alert: Three Projects Open In Utah

Triple Art Opportunity Alert: Three Projects Open In Utah

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums’ Public Art Program has released calls for three new public art projects in the state, with budgets ranging from $81,000 to…

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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