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APAP
: Anyang Public Art Project 2005
The city government of Anyang in Gyeonggi Province will turn a large area of the province into an art park featuring more than 90 artworks, including pro-environmental outdoor installations. The park will be built in the Anyang Recreation Quarter, which Mayor Shin Chung-dae says is due for a renovation.

“The use of public art to change a city's environment and image has become a major trend in advanced countries. Therefore, we have decided to carry out the ‘Anyang Public Art Project 2005 (APAP 2005),' in order to turn the Anyang Recreation Quarter into a high-class place for rest, as well as an international showcase,” the mayor said.

The project will involve installing or exhibiting 90 works by renowned Korean and foreign artists in the quarter, a 209,000-square-meter lot in the city. The installation of artworks will be completed by late September.


Hartford, Connecticut – Tai Soo Kim Partners, a Hartford based architectural firm has won its 37 th award for design excellence. This most recent award honors the firm's design of a new middle school located within an historic district in West Hartford. The project was selected from a pool of 150 submissions in a competition sponsored by the American Institute of Architects – Connecticut Chapter. The award will be presented at the Annual Awards Dinner on Friday, December 4 th at the Wesleyan Center for Film Studies.



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