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  • Know Before You Go: 2019 Annual Convention

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 06/04/2019 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    What’s going on at Americans for the Arts’ 2019 Annual Convention in Minneapolis? Whether you’re a first-time attendee or have attended numerous times in the past, you’ll want to tune-in to this webinar to take a sneak peek at what we have in store for you. Join Clay Lord, Vice President of Local Arts Advancement with Americans for the Arts as we highlight some of our fantastic keynote and plenary presenters, checkout some of the amazing sessions, and learn about other engagement opportunities for you while you’re there.

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    June 4, 2019 at 3:00PM EDT

    What’s going on at Americans for the Arts’ 2019 Annual Convention in Minneapolis? Whether you’re a first-time attendee or have attended numerous times in the past, you’ll want to tune-in to this webinar to take a sneak peek at what we have in store for you. Join Clay Lord, Vice President of Local Arts Advancement and Patricia Walsh, Public Arts and Civic Design Program Manager  with Americans for the Arts, as we highlight some of our fantastic keynote and plenary presenters, checkout some of the amazing sessions, and learn about other engagement opportunities for you while you’re there. 

    Clay Lord

    Vice President of Local Arts Advancement, Americans for the Arts

    Clayton Lord is the vice president of local arts advancement for Americans for the Arts, where he oversees advocacy, capacity development and cohort building for local arts administrators and advocates in 5,000 communities across the United States. Prior to joining Americans for the Arts, Lord served for five years as the director of communications and audience development for Theatre Bay Area. At Americans for the Arts, the local arts advancement department aims to empower, educate, and support local arts leaders, public artists and arts administrators, emerging, mid-career, and executive leaders throughout the arts sector, arts marketers, and artist-activists as they work to be constantly relevant and transformative in the lives of American citizens and communities.

    Lord shepherds the New Community Visions Initiative, a multi-year effort to better understand and support the changing role of the arts and local arts agencies in American communities, and Americans for the Arts’ ongoing initiatives around cultural equity, diversity, and inclusion. He is the chief architect of the Americans for the Arts Annual Convention and the Executive Leadership Forum at Sundance.

    Lord is a prolific writer, thinker, and speaker about the public value of the arts, and has written for ArtsLink, ARTSblog, Theatre Bay Area magazine, Stage DirectionsInDanceThe VoiceArtsJournal, ArtsMarketing.org and others. He has edited and contributed to three books: Counting New Beans: Intrinsic Impact and the Value of the ArtsArts & America: Arts, Culture and the Future of America’s Communities; and To Change the Face & Heart of America: Selected Writings on the Arts and Communities, 1949-1992 and is working on the forthcoming New Community Visions: A Blueprint for 21st Century Arts-Based Community Development, due out in 2017. He holds a B.A. in English and Psychology from Georgetown University, and lives with his husband and daughter in Maryland.                

    Patricia Walsh

    Public Art & Civic Design Senior Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Patricia Walsh joined Americans for the Arts in 2014 where she works to empower public art professionals, artists and other stakeholders in the implementation of public art in their communities by supporting best practices, case studies, resource development, and peer-to-peer networking.
     
    In her role at Americans for the Arts, Patricia has grown the annual Public Art Preconference to over 300 attendees, moderates the 400+ membership-based Public Art Network, and travels frequently to communities across the country to engage and learn from her colleagues working locally. She designed the Public Art Resource Center, an online portal to increase access to tools, resources, and opportunities for those making public art happen in their communities. She manages partnerships with Smart Growth America/Transportation for America and the American Planning Association and continues to develop strategies to engage allied fields to cultivate policy and practice that supports public art in the built environment across the country.

  • Build an Inclusive Audience with Radical Readability

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 05/30/2019 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Every arts organization wants to be more inclusive. But do the words we use to communicate with the public keep new visitors away? This presentation will examine the impact of text readability on inclusion and explore how arts organizations produce marketing materials that require high levels of education to read easily, why this is counterproductive to audience development, and what we can do about it.

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    May 30, 2019 at 3:00PM EDT


    Every arts organization wants to be more inclusive. But do the words we use to communicate with the public keep new visitors away?

    This presentation will examine the impact of text readability on inclusion and explore how arts organizations produce marketing materials that require high levels of education to read easily, why this is counterproductive to audience development, and what we can do about it.

    Arts workers in North America, whether working in curatorial or communication departments, tend to be highly educated and have exceptional English language comprehension. They suffer from the “curse of knowledge”—a cognitive bias that occurs when an individual, communicating with others, unknowingly assumes that they have the background to understand. As such, we often write text that our privileged colleagues can understand, but that many others will struggle with. About 1 in 3 Americans only have basic reading skills. As much as 20 percent of the population has a learning disability. And over one million immigrants arrive in the US each year, many of whom are highly educated but speak English as a second or third language. Unless we want to exclude these people, many of whom are already marginalized, from our organizations, we must write copy that the general public can read with ease.

    Learning Objectives:

    During this Session, attendees will:

    1. Learn how text that is difficult to read alienates current and potential audiences

    2. Discover how to evaluate the readability of their own text

    3. Gain skills to improve the readability of their own text

    Rob Maguire

    Director, Marketing + Communications, Emily Carr University of Art + Design

    Rob Maguire is the Director of Marketing and Communications at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, Canada. Before joining the university in 2017, he held marketing roles at Vancouver's renowned Museum of Anthropology and the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, and taught copywriting at the University of British Columbia. Rob is particularly passionate about socially engaged art and cultural policy, and supports projects that seek to educate, inspire and build our communities. He also moonlights as the board president of Pi Theatre, a bold and uncompromising company based in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown.

    Instagram: http://instagram.com/robmaguire

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robmaguire

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/robmaguire

    Website: http://ecuad.ca

  • May 2019 Arts & Culture Leaders of Color Coffee Talk

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 05/29/2019 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Americans for the Arts is proud to support the Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Network through quarterly “coffee talk” digital convenings, eNews, blogs, and other resource sharing tools.

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    Arts & Culture Leaders of Color Network Coffee Talk


    Americans for the Arts is proud to support the Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Network through quarterly “coffee talk” digital convenings, eNews, blogs, and other resource sharing tools. Each quarter, we bring you an arts administration professional to share their insights and journey to inspire you. Coffee talk format invites you to ask questions and share your experiences with the group.

    Join De Andrea Nichols, Director of Design & Social Practice with Civic Creatives to hear about her journey, artistic endeavors and advice on finding motivation and embracing personal brand.

    Hosted by Joshua Heim, Arts Program Manager, City of Bellevue, Community Development Department

    De Andrea Nichols

    Director of Design & Social Practice, Civic Creatives

    De Nichols is a designer, social entrepreneur, and keynote lecturer who mobilizes young creative change makers through the production of interactive experiences, digital media, and social initiatives .

    Based in St. Louis, MO, De is the Principal of Design & Social Practice Civic Creatives, a design and strategy collective she founded in 2015 to help cities more boldly develop creative solutions for the civic and social challenges they face. As a national keynote presenter and lecturer, De champions the power of design and storytelling to inspire and equip audiences to spark creative social change across their communities.

    Because of her leadership, Nichols has been deemed as a national Ideas that Matter recipient, a two-time Clinton Global Initiative innovator, and a St. Louis Visionary for her community impact. She additionally is a 2017/18 Citizen Artist Fellow of the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts  and a 2018 Artist Fellow with the Regional Arts Commission in St. Louis, MO.

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    Joshua Heim (Moderator)

    Arts Program Manager, City of Bellevue, Community Development Department

    Joshua Heim is the Arts Program Manager at the City of Bellevue and was the cultural arts administrator for the City of Redmond. Before that, he spent 10 years in the heritage and museum field, starting his career at Kaho‘oilina, a scholarly journal in Honolulu dedicated to preserving the Hawaiian language and supporting Hawaiian language immersion schools. He went on to work at the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle, where he developed community-based exhibitions and managed the award winning YouthCAN program. 

    Heim has taught museology courses and workshops at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Immigration Sites of Conscience and the Northwest Indian College. His interests include new approaches to public art, creative place-making and Washington state’s cultural community. He serves on the 4Culture arts advisory committee and the board of Cultural Access Washington. He has an M.A. in cultural studies from UW Bothell and a B.A. in sociology and anthropology from Lewis and Clark College.

  • Arts & Culture Leaders of Color Quarterly Coffee Talks

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    Americans for the Arts is proud to support the Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Network through quarterly “coffee talk” digital convenings, eNews, blogs, and other resource sharing tools. Each quarter, we bring you an arts administration professional to share their insights and journey to inspire you. Coffee talk format invites you to ask questions and share your experiences with the group.

    Americans for the Arts is proud to support the Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Network through quarterly “coffee talk” digital convenings, eNews, blogs, and other resource sharing tools. Each quarter, we bring you an arts administration professional to share their insights and journey to inspire you. Coffee talk format invites you to ask questions and share your experiences with the group.

  • Ask an Expert: Mural Implementation & Community Engagement

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 05/28/2019 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    Murals can be a source of pride for communities and come with their own opportunities and challenges. Join us for an Ask the Expert webinar and conversation at 3:00PM EDT on Tuesday, May 28 with artist Silvia López Chavez and Julia Muney Moore, Director of Public Art with the Arts Council of Indianapolis to hear about murals and community engagement. Learn what it takes to implement a mural, manage community expectations, and more!

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    May 28, 2019 at 3:00PM EDT

    Murals can be a source of pride for communities and come with their own opportunities and challenges for public art program administrators. Developing a mural requires skill and knowledge to best engage and represent the members of the surrounding community. In this second of two Ask an Expert virtual conversations about murals, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with experts in the field on mural implementation and community engagement. Participants will gain insight on what it takes to implement a mural, manage community expectations, learn about available resources, and more! 

    Learning Objectives:

    • Hear from experts in the implementation of murals and community engagement
    • Gain knowledge on what it takes to manage community expectations
    • Learn about resources available for the development and implementation of murals


    Tune into Part 1 of this series, Ask An Expert: Mural Policy and Management, here: https://artsu.americansforthearts.org/products/ask-an-expert-mural-policy-management

    Silvia López Chavez

    Artist, Chavez Design Studio

    Boston based, interdisciplinary artist Silvia López Chavez believes in the power of the creative process as an agent for positive change. Her work investigates the basic human need to connect on multiple levels: socially, politically and culturally. She enjoys making art with others which has led her to community works and public art projects including the first professionally-commissioned mural on the Charles River Esplanade in partnership with Now+There. Recent public art commissions include Northeastern University, Punto Urban Art Museum, Barr Foundation, HoneyGrow restaurant, HUBweek and Google.

    Chavez’s work has received recognition through grant awards and artist residencies including the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, New England Foundation for the Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council and Boston Children’s Hospital.

    Chavez holds a BFA in Illustration from the Massachusetts College of Art & Design, and an associate degree from Altos de Chavon the School of Design in the Dominican Republic. In addition to her fine art practice, she is an award-winning design professional, working for over 16 years with high-profile companies and institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the World Health Organization, the World Bank and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

    Website: www.silvialopezchavez.com

    Twitter: @SilviaLChavez  and  @Art_Design_Love  

    Julia Muney Moore

    Director of Public Art, Arts Council of Indianapolis

    Julia Moore has been a public art administrator since 2004 and the Director of Public Art at the Arts Council for five years. She was previously a contemporary art curator for 14 years, specializing in site-specific projects, and was the project manager for the public art collection at Indianapolis International Airport and Eskenazi Hospital among others.  Moore has worked with numerous property owners and communities around Indianapolis on their public art and has managed the commissioning of dozens of murals, including a current series painted on the walls of central Indiana Jiffy Lube stores.

    Website: http://www.indyarts.org
    Twitter: @artscouncilindy   

  • May 2019 Emerging Leaders Network Call

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    Join us each quarter for conference call with the Emerging Leaders Network of Americans for the Arts. Every call will feature an Emerging Leader in the Arts and Culture field, discuss trends in the sector, include open space for Emerging Leaders to share and receive feedback, have an Americans for the Arts update, and more. Emerging Leaders from across the arts and culture sector are encouraged to join. Calls are open and free to members of Americans for the Arts. All calls will be recorded and archived.

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    Emerging Leaders Network Call

    May 16, 2019 at 3:00PM EDT

    Join us each quarter for conference call with the Emerging Leaders Network of Americans for the Arts. Every call will feature an Emerging Leader in the Arts and Culture field, discuss trends in the sector, include open space for Emerging Leaders to share and receive feedback, have an Americans for the Arts update, and more. Emerging Leaders from across the arts and culture sector are encouraged to join. Calls are open and free to members of Americans for the Arts. All calls will be recorded and archived.

    May Emerging Leader Feature: Todd Trebour, Organizations Program Director, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts

    Theme: Creating Your Own Professional Development Opportunities

    Featured Web Tool: Arts & Economic Prosperity Calculator



    Would you like to be featured on one of our quarterly calls? Email Cristyn Johnson to find out more.

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    Todd Trebour

    Organizations Program Director, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts

    Todd Trebour is the Organizations Program Director at the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA). Todd manages and oversees the agency’s support for organizations, including granting programs. He also works within state government and in the public to identify new opportunities and provide educational support for arts and culture organizations. 

    Prior to RISCA, Todd was the Program Coordinator for the UMass Amherst Arts Extension Service (AES). Through his work at AES, Todd helped artists and arts students build vibrant careers and businesses through arts management and arts entrepreneurship courses, trainings, and programming, both on-campus, regionally, and online. Before working with AES, Todd was the marketing and development director at Chester Theatre Company (CTC), a professional summer theatre company in the mountain town of Chester, MA. 

    Twitter: @RISCA1967

    Website: http://www.arts.ri.gov/

    Cristyn Johnson

    Local Arts Advancement Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Cristyn Johnson is the Local Arts Advancement Program Manager at Americans for the Arts. In this capacity, she develops Americans for the Arts’ comprehensive full-career-spectrum field education offerings to advance competent and informed local, regional and national arts professionals.  She also develops a suite of programs and resources centered around the full leadership pipeline and organizational needs of a diverse workforce. She manages, grows, and cultivates an Emerging Leaders Network, a Mid-Career Leaders Network, and an Executive Leaders Network by building a connected network of arts professionals in the field of practices, who can share their knowledge with the field at large.        

  • Speak with Impact: Public Speaking for Creative Professionals

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/15/2019

    Looking to improve your presentation and public speaking skills? Join us on May 15 for a webinar with Communication and Career Coach, Madeline Schwartz and learn to be clear, confident, and the expert in the room.

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     About this Webinar

    Key factors in effective presenting and public speaking include clarify, confidence, and being the expert in the room. Join us for a webinar with Communication and Career Coach, Madeline Schwarz as she takes a look at effective ways to overcome your nerves, structure a presentation, and captivate a room.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Identify techniques to overcome nerves so you can engage your audience.
    • Utilize objectives to structure your presentation and stay on track, even when you're nervous.
    • Discover how to bring more energy to communication so you can clearly and confidently talk about your work and inspire action.

    Madeline Schwarz

    Communication Coach

    Madeline Schwarz helps creative professionals get their ideas seen, heard, and respected. She teaches people how to articulate their thoughts, communicate the value of their work, and share their ideas in ways that their teammates and clients understand. She brings an introvert’s perspective to public speaking and infuses her training with process and play. Madeline coaches professionals privately and in small, carefully curated groups designed to revolutionize what it feels like to communicate in high-pressure and professional settings. She teaches a small group class called Speak with Impact and facilitates workshops on public speaking and team communication for Fortune 500 companies and smaller organizations. She has spoken at branding agencies, nonprofits, financial service companies, colleges, and professional networking groups.

    When she’s not working, you can find her playing with Legos with her 5-year-old and community organizing around local school issues. 

    Website: madelineschwarzcoaching.com

    Want to know how to fit practice into your busy schedule? Read Practice Your Talk on the Subway and get 7 practice strategies to rock your presentation.

    4 Steps to Winning a Work Presentation: If you have 5 minutes to prepare for a presentation, don’t spend it reading your slides to yourself. Follow these 4 easy steps to get clear on your message and stay on point answering questions.

    Contact Madeline: madeline@madelineschwarz.com

    Website: madelineschwarzcoaching.com

  • Assessing Arts for Change: Understanding Aesthetic Perspectives

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/14/2019

    How do you assess Arts for Change? Arts for Change—creative work at the intersection of community/civic engagement, community development, and justice—often challenges the conventional terms by which the arts are described and assessed. Animating Democracy, a program of Americans for the Arts, worked with artists and their allies to develop a framework designed to enhance understanding and evaluation of Arts for Change.

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     About this Webinar

    How do you assess Arts for Change?  Arts for Change—creative work at the intersection of community/civic engagement, community development, and justice—often challenges the conventional terms by which the arts are described and assessed. Animating Democracy, a program of Americans for the Arts, worked with artists and their allies to develop a framework designed to enhance understanding and evaluation of Arts for Change.

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    Aesthetic Perspectives: Attributes of Excellence in Arts for Change features 11 aesthetic attributes of excellence defined by artists that can be observed across a spectrum of community engaged arts and culture. The framework aims to: elevate aesthetics, address inequity resulting from historical domination of Euro-American aesthetic standards, expand criteria for assessing civically and socially engaged art, and promote deeper appreciation for the rigor required for such work.  It offers guidance for discussing artists’ approaches to work, the qualities of the work as experienced by audiences and participants, and the connections of art to context.   

    This webinar introduces the framework and offers an opportunity for exchange around the often elusive and challenging topic of artistic excellence. Participants will learn how artists and funders have already put Aesthetic Perspectives to use and imagine how it might help meet agency interests and the artist and communities they serve.  Check out the framework materials in advance, if you like, at: http://www.animatingdemocracy.org/aesthetic-perspectives.

    Barbara Schaffer Bacon

    Co-Director, Animating Democracy, Americans for the Arts

    Barbara Schaffer Bacon co-directs Animating Democracy, a program of Americans for the Arts that inspires, informs, promotes, and connects arts and culture as potent contributors to community, civic, and social change. Additionally, she contributes to Local Arts Advancement work at Americans for the Arts. Barbara has written, edited, and contributed to many publications including Trend or Tipping Point: Arts & Social Change Grantmaking; Civic Dialogue, Arts & Culture: Findings from Animating Democracy; Case Studies from Animating Democracy; Animating Democracy: The Artistic Imagination as a Force for Civic Dialogue; Fundamentals of Local Arts Management; and The Cultural Planning Work Kit.  A consultant in program design and evaluation, Barbara has served as an adviser for state and national arts agencies and private foundations. Barbara previously served as executive director of the Arts Extension Service at the University of Massachusetts. She is president of the Arts Extension Institute, Inc. and a board member for WomenArts. Barbara served for 14 years on the Belchertown, MA School Committee.  In 2018, Barbara received the Robert E. Gard Foundation Leadership Award. She currently serves as a member of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.      

    www.animatingdemocracy.org 

    Cristyn Johnson

    Local Arts Advancement Program Manager, Americans for the Arts

    Cristyn Johnson is the Local Arts Advancement Program Manager at Americans for the Arts. In this capacity, she develops Americans for the Arts’ comprehensive full-career-spectrum field education offerings to advance competent and informed local, regional and national arts professionals.  She also develops a suite of programs and resources centered around the full leadership pipeline and organizational needs of a diverse workforce. She manages, grows, and cultivates an Emerging Leaders Network, a Mid-Career Leaders Network, and an Executive Leaders Network by building a connected network of arts professionals in the field of practices, who can share their knowledge with the field at large.        

  • Supporting Individual Artists Coffee Chat: Supporting Artists as Entrepreneurs

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    Americans for the Arts is excited to bring you a monthly series of informal discussions about supporting individual artists. As part of Americans for the Arts ongoing program, Arts Administrators Essentials: Supporting Individual Artists, these monthly "Coffee Chats" are your opportunity to hear from individuals and organizations in the arts and culture field that support individual artists as part of their everyday work. Each month, we will bring you a new topic to support your work with artists.

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    Supporting Individual Artists Coffee Chat

    Artists as Entrepreneurs

    Americans for the Arts is excited to bring you a monthly series of informal discussions about supporting individual artists. As part of Americans for the Arts ongoing program, Arts Administrators Essentials: Supporting Individual Artists, these monthly "Coffee Chats" are your opportunity to hear from individuals and organizations in the arts and culture field that support individual artists as part of their everyday work. Each month, we will bring you a new topic to support your work with artists. Our topic for May 2019 will be about supporting artists as entrepreneurs.

    What skills do artists need to thrive as entrepreneurs?

    Join James Hart, Director of Arts Entrepreneurship and Professor of Practice with Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts as we discuss what Arts Entrepreneurship is, why students and early career artists need to think about their profession in this way, and how to support artists on their journey of becoming an Arts Entrepreneur. Be sure to bring your questions!



    This project is supported in part by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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  • Ask an Expert: Mural Policy & Management

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/19/2019

    In this first of two Ask an Expert virtual conversations, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with experts in the field of mural policy development and management. Participants will gain insight into mural implementation, learn about available resources and more!

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    Murals can be a source of pride for communities and come with their own opportunities and challenges for public art program administrators. Mural policy development and management guidelines can be tools for administrators, artists and community members to utilize when implementing a mural. In this first of two Ask an Expert virtual conversations, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with experts in the field of mural policy development and management. Participants will gain insight into mural implementation, learn about available resources and more!

    Learning Objectives:

    • Hear from experts in the development and management of mural policies
    • Learn about resources available for the development and implementation of policies

    Tune into Part 2 of this series, Ask An Expert: Mural Implementation & Community Engagement, here: https://artsu.americansforthearts.org/products/ask-an-expert-mural-implementation-community-engagement

    Jane Golden

    Executive Director, Mural Arts Philadelphia

    Jane Golden has been the driving force of Mural Arts Philadelphia since 1984, overseeing its growth from a small city agency into the nation’s largest public art program. Under Golden’s direction, Mural Arts has created over 4,000 works of public art through innovative collaborations. In partnership with a range of city agencies, she has developed groundbreaking and rigorous programs that work through art to make strides in youth education, restorative justice, and behavioral health. Sought after nationally and internationally as an expert on urban transformation through art, Golden has received numerous awards for her work, including the Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Award and Philadelphia Magazine’s Trailblazer Award. She is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and serves on the Mayor’s Cultural Advisory Council, the Penn Museum Advisory Committee, and the board of directors of The Heliotrope Foundation.

    Website: muralarts.org

    Twitter: @JaneSGolden  

    Karl LeClair

    Public Art Program Manager, Boise City Department of Arts & History

    Karl LeClair develops, manages, and promotes public art projects and cultural policies for the City of Boise’s Percent-for-Art Fund and Public Art Program. In collaboration with the Arts & History Commission, City departments, community organizations and citizens, he explores meaningful ways of incorporating artist driven projects into various aspects of the urban landscape. In addition to being an energetic and trusted team player in the Department of Arts & History, LeClair maintains an active artist studio practice rooted in printmaking but explores drawing and installation. LeClair’s work has been exhibited at the Boise Art Museum, Bend Art Center, and Ming Studios. He has a BFA in Art Education, Printmaking, and Art History from Boise State University.

    Website: https://www.boiseartsandhistory.org/  

    Twitter: @BoiArtAndHist