Author Archives: Rebecca Ansert

PUBLIC ART and LEED – Materials & Resources and Indoor Environmental Quality

continued from… PUBLIC ART and LEED – Energy & Atmosphere MATERIALS & RESOURCES Recycled Content – should be self explanatory. Use post-industrial or post-consumer recycled materials Regional Materials –means all materials used in a project are sources within 500 miles … Continue reading

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PUBLIC ART and LEED – Innovation & Design

continued from … PUBLIC ART and LEED – Materials & Resources and Indoor Environmental Quality INNOVATION & DESIGN The purpose of this LEED category is to recognize projects for innovative building features and sustainable building knowledge. Projects are allowed 5 … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Matthew Hebert

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Terri Hughes-Oelrich

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Ruth Wallen

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Fritzie Urquhart

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Lea de Wit

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Miki Iwasaki

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Benjamin Lavender

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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H20 – Preview: Adam John Manley

On May 6, 2011, H20: The Art of Conservation, at the Water Conservation Garden, San Diego, CA, will open to the public. Green Public Art reviewed over 1100 artists portfolios before inviting 14 San Diego artists to participate in the … Continue reading

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