AACC's Annual Convention offers professional development as well as the opportunity to network, share, and learn from professionals in the fields of education, business and industry, and the government sector.
Based in St. Paul, Minnesota, the Public Art Review is dedicated exclusively to the field of contemporary public art. Started in 1990, the Review has been published biannually for over two decades and contains thoughtful meditations on how public art projects come into being along with commentary on the artists engaged in such projects. The online version of the Review mirrors the sections within the public magazine and include rather fun titles, such as Art in Odd Places. Here, visitors can learn about projects that tweak prevailing notions of public art. The Featured area takes users inside long reads that cover everything from public art in abandoned factories to new installations in medical centers. On Location provides updates about ongoing public art projects and previews of upcoming works. Interested parties can sign up to receive updates via email about forthcoming print editions as well as additions to the site.
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Formerly Conservation Ecology, this electronic, open access, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal provides research findings on the management, stewardship and sustainable use of ecological systems, resources and biological diversity at all levels, the role natural systems play in social and political systems, and the effect of social, economic and political institutions on ecological systems. All articles from all back issues are available in the archives from the first issue published in 1994 to the most current issue in progress; visitors can find these by clicking on the "Find back issues" link to the right. As always, submission guidelines and journal policies are also available for those looking to publish in the journal.
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