Join Elizabeth Keithline and a diverse panel of regional leaders in the field of public art to participate in our April 29 BSA Placemaking Network roundtable on Opportunities For Public Art Through Placemaking. This will be an opportunity to learn more about current issues and trends in public art and creative placemaking. Bring your questions and contribute to an open dialogue moderated by Liz Keithline, artist, curator and Percent-for-Art administrator for the Rhode Island State Council On the Arts. She will be joined by Greg Cook, Director of Marketing & PR at the Cambridge Arts Council and author of the popular Wonderland blog; Stephanie Fortunato, Director of the City of Providence Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism; public artist Napoleon Jones-Henderson; Sarah Hutt, public art administrator for Boston’s Friends of the Public Garden and artist; and Anita Lauricella, public art programmer/curator for the Boston Downtown Improvement District.
BSA Placemaking Network meetings are held at 290 Congress St., Suite 200 in Boston. We offer an informal, interactive environment, usually with pizza and libations. AIA continuing education credits are offered.
1.5 LU AIA credits are available.
To learn more about the Placemaking Network, visit architects.org/knowledge-communities/placemaking-network.