How could art contribute to New York Citys public spaces?

Part 1: Annotated Bibliography 
Please choose 1 research source (an article, book or other written analysis) through Lloyd Sealy Library that helps us to consider this question. Write a 250 word bibliographic annotation of your chosen article, including the citation in Chicago or MLA style and identifying 5 keywords. Your annotation should be a 2-3 sentence summary of the author’s argument and a 2-3 sentence reflection on the relevance of this source to your interests.
Part 2: Critical dictonary 
Please choose 1 keyword that you identified in Part 1 to define. 250-500 words.
Part 3: Visual Analysis of a Public Monument
What roles do monuments play in public space in New York City? In America? Are there any roles you believe monuments should play? Why? Please make direct reference either to the “Public Monuments Commission” or the “National Monument Audit” in your answer. [250-500 words].
Part 4: How could art contribute to New York City’s public spaces?
For the fourth and final part of our research project, please answer our research question: How could art contribute to NYC’s public spaces? The basic requirements (explained further on the next slide) are to write between 250 and 500 words and illustrate your answer with 3-5 images.
To begin: Please reread your answers and look at the images you submitted for Parts 1, 2 and 3. You may also reflect on some images we have looked at as a class. What are some examples of public art? What are some roles that public art has played? How does public art impact us as individuals, as a community and as a city? What are some changes you would like to see to our public space? What do you like/ dislike about the way that public space is used? This is your chance to bring together your answer from Part 1 (the article research), Part 2 (your keyword definitions), and Part 3 (the public monuments) into a single argument.

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