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The Collection: Public Art

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The Collection: Public Art

An arts podcast from The University of Edinburgh
ed.ac.ukhttp://ed.ac.uk

A new season of The Collection Podcast has arrived. Following Chloe Medghalchi’s 2016 series, The Collection Public Art

Podcast follows host Ruxandra Bageac as she takes a step outside the archives

and explores public art and the various University of Edinburgh campuses. Join

us as we talk context, copyright, conservation, and more.





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For any questions or corrections, contact publicartpodcast@gmail.com.

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