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Public Art and Placemaking in Portland Maine: Collaboration is the Key
Portland, Maine looks and feels different than it did a decade ago. As the city grows in population and as a destination for cultural tourism, how do organizations dedicated to the enrichment of the built environment appropriately respond and become agents of civic identity? During this talk, two members of Portland’s public art and city planning community, Anne Marie Purkey Levine, Public Art Project Manager and Caitlin Cameron, Urban Designer, City of Portland, Maine, will discuss temporary and permanent projects that have used collaborative strategies between artists, designers, and public/private partnerships to foster innovative outcomes.
For those who qualify, 1.5 LUs are available.
To learn more about the Placemaking Network, visit architects.org/committees/placemaking-network.
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