Postponed: Public Art: What Is It and How to Plan for It (NEW)

Public art is a highly visible and deliberate way a community can make an impression on visitors or change the environment for residents. However, beyond this basic statement, there can be little that is clear about it. What is public art? Why does it matter? Where should it go, and how is it paid for? Should we have a public art plan? If your community is talking about public art, this session will help you direct the conversation in a positive way and move toward achieving your goals. Public art plans from a variety of communities will be presented and examples of projects ranging from simple to complex will be examined.

 

THE NEW DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED.

Dial-In Information

Virtual webinar registrants will receive login instructions 24-48 hours preceding the start date.

Tuesday, May 23 at 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures, Presentations and Workshops

Topic

Professional Development

Target Audience

General Public

Website

http://go.niu.edu/cla

Cost

$33 Single; $10 NIU Student; Group of 10-19 will receive a 10% discount per registration. Group of 20 or more will receive a 15% discount per registration.

Group
Civic Leadership Academy
Department
Center for Governmental Studies
Contact Name

Janiece Bollie

Contact Email or Phone

civicleadershipacademy@niu.edu

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