Public art integrated into urban landscapes can be aesthetically stimulating artifacts, powerful as reflections of a community. Public landscapes can inspire public art that celebrates our civic spaces. Social media can inform and engage the public; digital analytics help understand our audiences. This session explores public art and its future.
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Learn how to be an advocate for successful public art in the civic landscape 2. Understand the benefits of curatorial resources and oversight 3. Gain insight into the programming, artist selection, RFP and commissioning process and learn how to create and maintain a collaborative design, documentation and construction process with artists, clients and contractors 4. Learn how social media and digital analytics can enhance our ability to inform, engage and understand our audiences
Susan Kay. Weiler, FASLA; Penny Balkin Bach; Janet Echelman; Marc Pally;
American Society of Landscape Architects