Inside this guide, you will find helpful tips and important terms that will enable you to research public artwork, artists, and the organizations that sponsor artwork.
Public Art Fund Talks at The New School: Mark Manders, Oct. 2, 2013
"For the Fall 2013 Talks at The New School, entitled Square Pegs, Round Holes: From White Cube to Public Sphere, PublicArtFund invites artists whose diverse practices have encompassed significant work in gallery and museum contexts, as well as in the public sphere, to share their experiences of working in both the white cube and the public realm."
See the artist talk by Mark Manders (featured above) and go to The Vera List Center for Art and Politics' events page to see upcoming talks. The talks are free to all New School students, faculty, staff, and alumni with valid ID.
The New School Subject Librarians are available to provide personalized 1-on-1 assistance for students, faculty and staff in search strategies, evaluating sources, research methods, developing assignments and more. Make an appointment using Starfish or through the Libraries & Archives online form.
Subject Librarians are available for one-on-one appointments and in-class library instruction, and can create customized library research guides. Users may contact them directly with recommendations or fill out the Request a Purchase form on the library website.