Let’s talk about…Public Art Join us on June 7th for a conversation exploring the role of public art in defining experience and shaping a relationship with one’s city and its value. Not the cost, but the ways that public art connects people to place.
A city without public art is…?
How do we define public art?
Does it relate to our values or influence how we identify with our city?
What’s our relationship with artists’ process?
Alana Bartol / Artist
Iman Bukhari / Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation
Dan Jacobson / University of Calgary
Michelle Reid / City of Calgary
Moderated by: Ciara McKeown / Public Art Consultant / Curator
Thursday, June 7, 2018 @ 6:30 – 8:30pm, doors open at 6:00pm
1410 Olympic Way, Calgary
CTrain stop: Victoria Park / Stampede
Advance Tickets: $12 Adult | $6 Students Available at: www.dtalks.org
Tickets at the door: $15
Design Talks Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education and public understanding of architecture and design in the urban environment. Serving as a public forum, our discussions and exhibitions foster dialogue and bring together multiple perspectives. Find more at: dtalks.org
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