Printed and digital publications, in the form of PDF maps and collection reports, allow us to extend ArtAround’s reach into the physical world, and provide an opportunity to look critically at our archivization efforts.
While our maps simply offer information on a new collection of public art, reports allow for a more in-depth look at who creates the art in our public spaces and who is represented by it.
ArtAround New Haven
With the launch of our new platform in May 2021, new artworks are coming to the map in our director, Lindsey’s new home of New Haven.
This print map was created and distributed for the 68th annual Arts & Crafts Festival in our director’s hometown of Fairhope, Alabama. Print copies are available at the Eastern Shore Arts Center.
The archivization of the public sculpture garden at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn campus was made possible through grant funding awarded to our director in her final year of graduate studies at the school.
With such proliferation of sculptural work within such a small area, artworks were grouped by area, according a series of custom collection tags.
report published Nov. 2020
data set: 533 artworks