Small School Workshop: Public Art—From Proposal to Installation
Kenseth Armstead, award-winning artist and New York City commissioner for public design, guides artists through the process of developing site-specific public art projects. Participants gain insight into the relationships necessary for successful public art projects. This includes community outreach and partnerships; presenting to boards and in public hearings; and working with fabricators, engineers, and architects.
Artists learn how to strengthen their concept development and proposal structure and are provided with resources for finding and applying for temporary and permanent public art opportunities. This workshop is tailored to serve artists new to public art as well as public artists looking to grow their practice.
This workshop is conducted live and includes time for participant Q&A. A recording will be shared with all registered participants after the workshop concludes, regardless of whether a participant attends the live workshop. The recording will be available for download.
Photo: Courtesy of the instructor