“Intervention in Sixaola: institutional and epistemological basis of TCU: Public Art.”
Keywords:public art, community development, Sixaola, TCU
AbstractThis article is a transcript of the talk: “Intervention in Sixaola: institutional and epistemological basis of TCU: Public Art.” imparted in the seminar “Public art, articipation and urban design” held at the Faculty of Architecture at the University Costa Rica in November 2011. Specifically, this lecture was held on November the 8th. The aim of this talk was to present the efforts made by the University of Costa Rica in the field of public art and community development, studying the project coordinated by the author of this article from the School of Visual Arts in conjunction with the Vice-chancellor for Social Action of the university. Given that this lecture attendees were not strangers to the project accompanying institutions the lecture depart from certain assumptions known to them, though strangers to the potential readers of this article. Therefore, these assumptions are clarified with notes of hope footer that will be useful to the reader.
How to Cite
Bonilla Elizondo, Pablo. 2012. “‘Intervention in Sixaola: Institutional and Epistemological Basis of TCU: Public Art.’”. On the W@terfront, no. 23 (June):31-45. https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/waterfront/article/view/18794.
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