The 3 P's in Raleigh, North Carolina: Politics, Public Art, & Public Education
Covington, Joseph, Bailey, Rebecca, Art Education
Raleigh, North Carolina's failed public art program led the city's Arts Commission to redirect their efforts toward the education of students in the roles art can play in the enhancement of civic life. This is a story of the plan, the failure, and the curriculum that resulted.
As motorists approach the city of Raleigh, bursts of prismatic light flash in the air ahead like a rainbow fragmented into multiple rectangles.
This is the city's artistic welcome to visitors and residents alike. The beacon is the Light + Time Tower, created by Dale Eldred and Roberta Lord. The genesis of the Light + Time Tower could hardly have been rooted more in community history. It evolved …
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Publication information: Article title: The 3 P's in Raleigh, North Carolina: Politics, Public Art, & Public Education. Contributors: Covington, Joseph - Author, Bailey, Rebecca - Author. Magazine title: Art Education. Volume: 53. Issue: 4 Publication date: July 2000. Page number: 13+. © National Art Education Association Mar 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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