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39 References American Alliance of Museums. AAM Code of Ethics for Museums. 2000. https://www.aam­us.org/programs/ ethics­standards­and­professional­practices/code­of­ethics­for­museums/. American Association of Museums Curators Committee. A Code of Ethics for Curators. 2009. https://www. aam­us.org/wp­content/uploads/2018/01/curcomethics.pdf. Americans for the Arts. Americans Speak Out About the Arts in 2018. Washington, D.C., 2018. https://www. americansforthearts.org/sites/default/files/Public%20Opinion%20National%202018%20Report.pdf. Americans for the Arts. Arts and Economic Prosperity 5 (AEP5). Washington, D.C., 2018. www.AmericansFor TheArts.org/AEP5. Austin­Bergstrom International Airport (AUS). Master Plan. Internal document. Boudreau, B. J., G. Detmer, S. Tam, S. Box, R. Burke, J. Paternoster, and L. Carbone. ACRP Report 157: Improving the Airport Customer Experience. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2016. http://www.trb.org/ Publications/Blurbs/174127.aspx. Bressi, T. W., M. McKinley, and V. Plettner–Saunders. San Diego International Airport Arts Master Plan. San Diego International Airport, 2019. http://arts.san.org/wp­content/uploads/2019/03/SAN­Arts­Master­ Plan_020719_WEB.pdf. City of San Antonio, Department of Arts and Culture. Public Art. n.d., https://www.getcreativesanantonio.com/ Public­Art. FAA. Commercial Service Airport Rank Order. 2019. https://www.faa.gov/airports/planning_capacity/passenger_ allcargo_stats/passenger/media/cy18­commercial­service­enplanements.pdf. Furini, M., F., Mandreoli, R. Martoglia, and M. Montangero. The Use of Hashtags in the Promotion of Art Exhibitions. Proceedings of the 13th Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries. Dipartimento di Comunicazione ed Economia, U di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy, 2017. https://link.springer. com/chapter/10.1007/978­3­319­68130­6_15. Gail M. Goldman Associates and Ortiz, P. A. Public Art Master Plan: Austin–Bergstrom International Airport. City of Austin Art in Public Places Program, Cultural Arts Division, Economic Development Department, 2018. http://austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/EGRSO/ABIA_PublicArtMasterPlan_Final.pdf. Hollywood Theatre. n.d. Hollywood Theatre. https://hollywoodtheatre.org/. Indianapolis International Airport. Happiness. n.d. https://www.ind.com/community/arts­program/temporary/ happiness. Indianapolis International Airport. An Open Flight. 2019. https://www.ind.com/community/arts­program/ temporary/an­open­flight. Kramer, H. Terminals or Galleries? An Exploratory Study of Museum Operations in Airports. MA thesis. University of Washington, Seattle, 2013. https://core.ac.uk/display/18583021. Leddy, S. C. Tourists, Art and Airports: The Vancouver International Airport as a Site of Cultural Negotiation. MA thesis. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1997. https://open.library.ubc.ca/cIRcle/ collections/ubctheses/831/items/1.0087705. Los Angeles World Airports. LAX Art Program. n.d. https://www.lawa.org/art%20program. Martin, H. Stuck at the Airport and Stressed? LAX Has an Artful Cure. LA Times, November 27, 2019. https:// www.latimes.com/business/story/2019­11­27/lax­hosts­concerts­art­exhibits. Miami International Airport. MIA Galleries. n.d. http://www.miami­airport.com/art­and­exhibitions.asp. Parkinson, A., G. Kahn, E. Peck, and R. Cohen. Business Contributions to the Arts. Research Report 1672­18. The Conference Board and Americans for the Arts, 2018. https://www.americansforthearts.org/sites/default/ files/TCB­Business­Contributions­to­the­Arts­2018.pdf. Philadelphia International Airport. Current Art Exhibitions. n.d. https://www.phl.org/at­phl/art­exhibitions/ current­art­exhibitions.

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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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