CreateSpace Panel Discussion: Place(makers) Where Public Art Lives

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Real Camo (performance) Mount Edziza, Tahltan Territory, photo by Freya Podlasly, 2019 (1)

Place(makers) Where Public Art Lives – Panel Discussion

Where Public Art Lives is a conversation hosted by artist/curator, Anique Jordan, where artists Charmaine Lurch, Hiba Abdallah and Tsēmā Igharas discuss public art, placemaking and ideas of home. As we grapple with today’s endless shifts, urgencies and revolutions, artists are continuing the work of reflecting these important ideas in public spaces. How does public art impact how we see our communities?

Date: Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
Time: 4:30 – 6:00pm EST

This conversation is part of CreateSpace, a series of online artist workshops and panel discussions hosted by STEPS.

Register for free at:
https://stepsinitiative.com/createspace-panel-discussion-where-public-art-lives-anique-jordan/

For more information, please contact Janet Hinkle at janet@stepsinitiative.com.

ASL interpretation will be available throughout this event.
This project is funded [in part] by the Government of Canada.

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