[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP170101175]
Researchers Prof John Potts; Prof Ross Harley; Dr John Kaldor; Prof Nicole Anderson; Dr Scott East
Brief description This project aims to theorise and document the creation of a permanent record of the development of public art in Australia through the digitisation of the Kaldor Public Art Projects (KPAP) archive. Digitising the archive will advance knowledge in social history and art history, and cement the cultural legacy of the KPAP archive. The project will make the KPAP archive an online resource widely available to researchers and the public. Over five decades KPAP, the first organisation of its type in the world which has attracted strong public interest, has created innovative, ground-breaking public art projects that, although temporary, have left a cultural permanence in the Australian art landscape.
Funding Amount $110,986
Funding Scheme Linkage Projects