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Title: How Can the Public Art in Philadelphia Promote the Quality of Public Users’ Life?
Authors: Kao, Shu-Yi
Keywords: Public Art;quality of life
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2010
Abstract: This research will examine the perception of public art by public users, including environmental, aesthetic, cultural, social and economic, and interpersonal impacts in the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Through 1050 anonymous questionnaires based on three surveys, this study will be an example to elaborate on and clarify the link between the role of public art by the perceptions as well as by the preferences and its interaction with public users, including residents and visitors in the City of Philadelphia. The result of this research may provide some suggestions to the governments, community developers, city planners and suburban designers in the future.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/3394
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