ONLINE RESOURCES, ORGANIZATIONS, & NETWORKS

Americans for the Arts Public Art Network
http://www.artsusa.org/networks/public_art_network/

Art-Public
http://www.art-public.com

California Civil Code section on the protection of works of art
http://law.onecle.com/california/2010/civil/987.html

The GCI Newsletter: Mural Conservation
http://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/newsletters/18_2/

The GCI Newsletter: Outdoor Sculpture
http://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/newsletters/22_2/

Heritage Preservation’s Rescue Public Murals
http://www.heritagepreservation.org/rpm/index.html

Heritage Preservation’s Save Outdoor Sculpture
http://www.heritagepreservation.org/programs/sos/index.html

International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Public Art (INCCA)
http://www.incca.org

Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles
http://www.muralconservancy.org

Public Art Resource Project
http://www.publicartresourceproject.com/links.html

Video of public panel at the Getty: Conservation Challenges of Outdoor Public Art
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_-FDy6kUOI

BOOKS, JOURNALS, & CONFERENCES

Conservation and Maintenance of Contemporary Public Art
by Hafthor Yngvason (2002), London: Archetype Publications.

The Conservation of Bronze Sculpture in the Outdoor Environment: A Dialogue among Conservators, Curators, Environmental Scientists, and Corrosion Engineers
edited by Terry Drayman-Weisser (1992), Houston: NACE.

Copper and Bronze in Art: Corrosion, Colorants, Conservation
by David A. Scott (2002), Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.

Guide to the Maintenance of Outdoor Sculpture, 2d ed.
by Virginia Naudé and Glenn Wharton (1995), Washington DC: American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.

Maintenance of Outdoor Sculpture: An Annotated Bibliography
edited by Shelley Sturman (1996), Washington DC: National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property.

Public Art by the Book
edited by Barbara Goldstein (2005), Seattle: Americans for the Arts in association with University of Washington Press (copyright Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs).