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The ’Arts and Public Spaces’ publication

Monday 13 October 2014, by Mathilde Vautier.

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This publication is the result of a innovative partnership between Le Fourneau National Centre for Outdoor Arts, Université de Bretagne Occidentale (Institute of Geoarchitecture, Master 2 Performing Arts Management) and Brittany European School for Fine Arts-Brest campus (EESAB).

It was achieved thanks to the support of European project ZEPA 2 (supported by Interreg IVA France (Channel) – England), a project aiming to develop university research in Outdoor arts, and thanks to support from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication as part of an initiative bringing together Fine arts schools and universities.

Find out more about the various 2014 projects and activities linking scientific and artistic research around arts in public spaces.
May the reading of this first publication encourage you to join in the Permanent Experimental Workshop!

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