Celebrate Lexington call for authors of children's picture books or graphic novels

Celebrate Lexington! is launching a new program promoting local authors, Lexington/Fayette County Parks, and literacy during the summer of 2023. Three Book Trails are planned in local parks, with signage in each made up of pages from a children's book by a local author. Each Book Trail will consist of 18 double signs and distributed 25' apart along trails in three separate existing parks. During the summer, trail signage will rotate between parks.

IJIA Dialogues Series (Webinar): “Forms of Protest: Political Art in the Digital and Urban Realm”

IJIA Dialogues Series (Webinar): “Forms of Protest: Political Art in the Digital and Urban Realm”

Join the International Journal of Islamic Architecture (IJIA) for its Dialogues Series, an annual webinar that brings together scholars and practitioners from across varied disciplines for a discussion of critical contemporary issues that interrogate the boundaries between architecture, art, anthropology, archaeology, and history.

Author: 
Margaret Bullock, ed.
Reviewer: 
Michaela Rife

Rife on Bullock, 'New Deal Art in the Northwest: The WPA and Beyond'

Margaret Bullock, ed. New Deal Art in the Northwest: The WPA and Beyond. Tacoma: Tacoma Art Museum, 2020. Illustrations. 239 pp. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-924335-48-8

Reviewed by Michaela Rife (University of Michigan) Published on H-Environment (September, 2022) Commissioned by Daniella McCahey (Texas Tech University)

Author: 
Malcolm Miles
Reviewer: 
Alan H. Lessoff

Lessoff on Miles, 'Art, Space and the City: Public Art and Urban Futures'

Malcolm Miles. Art, Space and the City: Public Art and Urban Futures. London and New York: Routledge, 1997. viii + 266 pp. $29.99 (paper), ISBN 978-0-415-13943-4.

Reviewed by Alan H. Lessoff (Department of History, Illinois State University) Published on H-Urban (June, 2000)

Artists Against the Cartesian City

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