Informational Pamphlet for Corinthian Bench installation as part of the 1988 Stamford Public Art Program

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Informational Pamphlet for Corinthian Bench installation as part of the 1988 Stamford Public Art Program

Description

Pamphlet providing information on the Corinthian Bench public art that was installed outside the main branch of the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut on October 27, 1988. It was the third of four public art installations in Stamford that year. The others were at the Stamford Police Station, Stamford Hospital, and the Transportation Center.

The sculpture was created by Elizabeth Egbert. Ms. Egbert created the sculpture specifically for the library site, saying her design manifests the quality of "library as a focal point for meeting, sitting and sharing the wonder of books".

Creator

The Ferguson Library
City of Stamford

Publisher

The Ferguson Library

Date

1988-10-27

Contributor

Egbert, Elizabeth, artist.

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Format

text/pdf

Language

English

Type

Identifier

FL.tellyourstory.sd.002

Coverage

Stamford (Conn.)
Twentieth century

Original Format

Paper pamphlet

Citation

The Ferguson Library and City of Stamford, “Informational Pamphlet for Corinthian Bench installation as part of the 1988 Stamford Public Art Program,” Ferguson Digital Archives, accessed March 25, 2019, http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/items/show/7478.

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