Artist Talk on Public Practice
I’m honored to be presenting on my public art practice, New Public Sites and Radical Pedestrianism at the Boston Society of Landscape Architects Emerging Professionals group in Boston this Thursday. All are welcome, Join us!
I am excited to be participating in McDaniel College’s CreativeTime Summit 2014 satellite conference next Monday and Tuesday. Organized by the Art & Art History Department in collaboration with Global Initiatives, Political Science and Sociology Departments, and featuring Honors Students this two day event will feature video screenings from the Creative Time Summit followed by panel discussions with invited artists, faculty, and students. I will be participating on the Monday evening panel discussion, “Strategies of Community Engagement and Urban Inventions”. Details below!
On Monday November 17, 2014
12:30 – 2:30pm:
Video Screening: Creative Time 2014 Summit Panel: “Performing theCity”.
Faculty- led Student Discussions moderated by Dr. Linda Semu, Associate Professor of Urban Sociology. Interested McDaniel classes are invited to join in!
6:00 – 8:30pm
Video Screening: Saskia Sassen, keynote address. Creative Time 2014Summit Panel: “Activating Public Space.”
McDaniel College Panel: “Strategies of Community Engagement and Urban Inventions” moderated by Dr. Izabel Galliera, Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art. Participants: Graham Coreil-Allen (Baltimore-based artist), Dr. Amy McNichols (Associate Dean of International and Intercultural Programs), Dr. Linda Semu (Associate Professor of Urban Sociology). Student Respondents: Nicole Ringel (Global Fellow and Honors Student), Betty Japinga (Art Major), Lauren Parks (Art Major),Steph Perez (Art Major and Honors Student).
On Tuesday November 18, 2014
6:00pm – 8:30pm
Video Screening: Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania, keynote address. Creative Time 2014 Summit Panel: “Art in the Age of Surveillance.”
McDaniel College Panel: “The Citizen and The Surveillance State” moderated by Dr. Christianna Leahy, Professor of Comparative Politics, Chair, Department of Political Science and International Studies. Participants: John Anderson (Washington D.C. -based artist and Associate Professor at Prince Georges Community College), Hassan Elahi (Artist and Associate Professor, University of Maryland). Student Respondents: Kyle Cholakian (Political Science Major and Honors Student), Noelle Gorman (Honors Student), Mangie Moreno (Art and Communications Major), and Martin Scire (History Major).
I am presenting artist talks on my on my work dealing with creative placemaking locally today and up in NYC on Monday. Today I am presenting to the Preserving Places course in UMBC’s IRC Fellows Programs. Monday I am delivering a talk and critiquing with students up in NYC as part of the Public Project speaker series offered by the Pratt Graduate Communications Design department. Public Project operates as a collective of faculty and students engaged in the topic of design for social impact and what it means to have a social practice. If you are in NYC Monday and want to hear more about my work, please join us for this public event!
Creative Placemaking Talk
144 West 14th Street
7th Floor, Room 707
New York, NY 10011