Public Art 101 for Artists

Recorded On: 12/03/2008

Participants will learn the basic "nuts and bolts" of the field of public art. The 90-minute webinar will cover some of the unique skills required for art-making in the public realm including an overview of public art and the public realm, project examples, programs, funding, implementation and resources for further study. Two case studies will be presented which explore the experiences of two artists who have transitioned from the studio/gallery to the public realm.

The webinar is suited for administrators interested in better understanding the artists' experience and artists exploring public art as a profession.

Instructors: Charlotte Cohen, Regional Fine Arts Officer, General Services Administration, New York, NY;
Porter Arneill, Director/Public Art Administrator, Municipal Art Co

Related Resources:

PAN Year in Review:

Public Art 101 Mini Lesson

Artist's Guide to Public Art

Tools & Resources for Public Artist's

Greater Boston Arts & Business Council Business of Public Art


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