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Suggested Citation:"Bibliography." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Visual Arts Programs at Airports. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26002.
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37 Bibliography All managers of the studied arts programs follow local arts trends and discover arts events by monitoring local arts sources. The types of sources the managers generally identified are local arts blogs, arts magazines, event listings for arts activities (particularly those held by arts non­ profits), and email blasts from local and regional arts institutions. Airport arts managers also follow the programs of their colleagues at other airports, particularly if an airport is known for a specific kind of art (e.g., film and video, or music), curatorial point of view, or new kind of exhibit. The following list of national sources of arts information, which were identified by arts program managers interviewed for this synthesis, may be helpful. Newspapers and Magazines Most frequently, arts managers identified the arts reporting by the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times, but they also identified the following sources: Sculpture magazine: https://sculpturemagazine.art/ Public Art Review magazine: https://forecastpublicart.org/inspiration­center/par/ Web Sources American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Arts in the Airport Blog: https://www.aaae.org/aaae/ArtsInTheAirport/Community/Blog/ArtsInTheAirport/Blog/Blog.aspx AAAE also sponsors an Arts in the Airport workshop: https://www.aaae.org/aaae/ArtsInTheAirport/ Arts in the Airport Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ArtsInTheAirport Americans for the Arts provides significant research about the arts and surveys of arts participation: https://www.americansforthearts.org/ The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) provides articles about the arts and art exhibits as well as topics of professional interest: https://www.aam­us.org/ AAM’s Curators Committee provides information to support curators and links to other sources of information of interest to curators: http://ww2.aam­us.org/resources/professional­networks/curcom Stuck at the Airport is a blog by Harriet Baskas, who writes for USA Today. The blog focuses on travel generally, but also contains information and highlights about airport art and art exhibits: https://stuckattheairport.com/

38 Visual Arts Programs at Airports Airports Council International provides general information about airport topics in its Centerlines magazine, rates airports nationally, and has a number of relevant informational tabs on its website: https://airportscouncil.org/ Academic Journals The College Art Association’s Art Journal publishes academic articles on art history and modern art: https://www.collegeart.org/publications/

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Every airport that aspires to high ratings must offer an engaging arts program because these are offered by all of the world’s most highly rated airports. It is also now generally accepted that airport arts programs yield many additional benefits for airports, passengers, and the communities in which airports are located. Airport arts programs have become an amenity that airport passengers now expect, and they serve to tether an airport to its local community.

The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Synthesis 114: Visual Arts Programs at Airports is an initial compilation of practices that airport arts professionals use for understanding the operations, management, and benefits of temporary visual arts programs at their airports.

Supplemental materials to the report include arts program case examples, arts program passenger surveys, and questions used for arts program manager interviews.

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