Chesterfield Art Trail

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Burstow, Robert 2013. Chesterfield Art Trail. Chesterfield Borough Council.
AuthorsBurstow, Robert
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Description and interpretation of 60 works of Contemporary public art (each approx. 200-300 words) commissioned through Chesterfield Borough Council's ‘Percent for Art’ scheme since 1994.

KeywordsPublic art; Public sculpture; Percent for Art; Public mural; Local authority; Chesterfield
Year2013
PublisherChesterfield Borough Council
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/283776
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Publication dates2013
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ContributorsUniversity of Derby
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