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Foundations of art: Communication, the visual, persuasion
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Beyond cultural:  Global approach in visual art
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Arts literacy and audience development in Southern California
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The mind, heart and soul of Los Angeles: Discovering the public art of downtown through walking tours
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Coastal public art: an innovative way to disseminate ocean science
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Conceptual street art as a means of democratic participation
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The Iraq war: legitimizing victim art
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Art therapy for individuals with severe mental illness
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Community engaged art: no longer a form of resistance?
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Group portrait of Mrs. Tingley's Counselors at the Theosophical Institute in Point Loma, ca.1902
Public art as liberatory pedagogy through performance methodologies
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On the edge, the Pasadena Art Museum: 1970
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Thomas Craven and his ideal for American art.
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Examining current U.S. public art trust fund programs for applications in Taiwan: visions for Taiwan 's new public art trust fund
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View of the San Gabriel Mission, showing the ruins of the "Moneyan Institute", Los Angeles, ca.1895
The multivalent platforms of alternative art publications as agents of authentic cultural change
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The trouble with Radical Women: anti-Blackness, Latinidad, and contemporary curating
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Image of Africa: Negotiations of meaning in West African art
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Creative and green: Intersections of art, ecology, and community
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The possible impact of elements of institutional culture on women students' higher education attainment in Hawaii
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Art into everyday life: department stores as purveyors of culture in modern Japan
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Exploring best practices for building a university's public art collection
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Recommendations For Public Art And Community Art Planning For Kobe, Japan
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An investigation of influences on representative examples of Mormon art.
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In the art of revolution: integrating community arts into the existing development work of non-government organizations in Guatemala and El Salvador
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