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Cities as a Place for Public Artwork: a GLOCAL Approach

Dr. Seerveld argues that good city life needs more than smooth transit and corporate development—it means building communities around art, imagination, and the hope of the possible. He outlines how the different spheres of human existence contribute to the transformation and renewal of great urban centres.

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Welcome to the Cardus Worldview Coursepack. We are delighted to present some of the best pieces from Comment's recent archive for this volume. Browse the full preview or watch the high-def promo video on Youtube here! Secure this price by purchasing the Worldview Coursepack in quantities of 10 or more.

Deborah Risa Mrantz

Deborah Risa Mrantz is an incoming MDIV seminarian at Pacific School of Religion; she is also creative principal of LOGOSdivinity llc, a contemporary liturgical arts and design company fusing art and faith in a new conceptual paradigm revealing God's word in Scripture. Deborah's work has developed over thirty years from beginnings in music and fine...

Peter Menzies

Peter Menzies is vice chairman and president of telecommunications for the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and past publisher and editor-in-chief of one of Canada's major daily newspapers. Still an occasional author, Menzies' journalism career spanned 30 years. Starting at a small weekly on Vancouver Island, he built...