Public Art Discussion Series
January 26, 2011
PUBLIC ART DISCUSSION SERIES
January 26, 2011
4:00PM – 6:00PM
300 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210
(bar & menu available for purchase)
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Public Art Fellow
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NEFA SUPPORTS ARTISTS WITH GRANTS AND PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES; ESTABLISHES VITAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ARTISTS, ARTS PROGRAMMERS, AND THE PUBLIC; AND STRENGTHENS THE REGION’S CREATIVE ECONOMY THROUGH RESEARCH THAT INFORMS PUBLIC POLICY.
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Join us for a series of gatherings in the Boston area to discuss critical topics in public art. Come hear from field experts and peers, network with artists, and participate in the discussion.
THIRD SESSION TOPIC:
Participatory Public Art – What’s Your Story?
The third discussion series will feature twelve short, five-minute presentations of recent participatory public art works by New England artists. Come learn about contemporary work being done by your peers in a sort of happy hour/show and tell. This event will be collegial evening of public art networking and story swapping with colleagues and experts in the field at the Channel Café in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. All levels of public art experience are welcome!
Peter Geisser & Mika Seeger
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THE 2010/11 PUBLIC ART DISCUSSION SERIES WILL HOST FOUR SESSIONS ON ALTERNATING MONTHS.
Other topics in the works may include public art in private development, collaborating with communities, and a mock panel. For the subsequent session dates and times, visit NEFA’s Events Calendar and check your email for future announcements from NEFA.
This series is sponsored by the New England Foundation for the Arts with support from the Boston Art Commission and generous funding from Anonymous.