What are the forms that public culture takes?
An interactive, concept map representing an analytic framework and guide to cultural production called the Domains of Public Culture developed by the Office for Public Culture. The Domains of Public Culture serve as an interrogation of life and culture, often revealing subtle nuances, such as the encroachment of private into the public and issues of accessibility.
The Domains of Public Culture include:
• public Imaginaries
-The shared (re)production of thoughts, ideas, feelings, emotions, representations and values.
• public Events
-The shared (re)production of ceremony, celebration, assembly, and ritual.
• public Practices
-The shared (re)production of habits, language, customs, protocols, and laws.
• public Things
-The shared (re)production of tools, instruments, artifacts, objects, and images.
• public Spaces
-The shared (re)production of places, environments, locations and situations.
The concept map was built using D3.js.