Letter from the Co-chair
Letter from the Chair
Welcome to the Spring 2008 newsletter. This issue focuses on “waking our group up,” art in the landscape, and streetscape design.San Francisco 2007. First, Tom Walsh and I (your new PPN Co chairs) want to thank all of the members who
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A Recipe for a Great Street
Take three parts retail, two parts commercial, mix in some residential, add a dash of trees, mix it in a bowl with traffic, and spread evenly over an urban landscape. If only creating an urban street was this easy.Fortunately for
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Progressive Carolinians Catching up in Appreciation and Use of Public Art
Both public and private developments that sprout like weeds in the fast growing Carolinas increasingly bloom with art designed to enhance the overall effect. This is a welcome change for North Carolina and South Carolina because each mirrors sister Southern
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Green Urban Design, Innovation, and the Emergence of a ”Civic Ecology”
As an increasing number of people live in urban areas, there is a growing need to directly connect their lives to the natural environment and surrounding urban ecosystems. An emerging science is exploring how urbanites can benefit from being personally
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Striving for Excellence in Public Art and Design
The Public Art Network (PAN) is the only professional network in the United States dedicated to the field of public art. PAN is a program of Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in
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Letter from the Chair
A Recipe for a Great Street
Progressive Carolinians Catching up in Appreciation and Use of Public Art
Green Urban Design, Innovation, and the Emergence of a ”Civic Ecology”
Striving for Excellence in Public Art and Design
 

 

Taner Özdil, ASLA, Co-Chair
(817) 272-5089
tozdil@uta.edu

Marc Yeber, ASLA, Co-Chair
(323) 822-3222
marcyeber@yahoo.com