Led by funding from the NEA, planned studies to consider how Maryland Parkway can be redesigned begins with early rounds of public engagement on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016 at 6 p.m. "Give us your opinions!" says the Facebook feed from Winchester Cultural Center (3130 S. McLeod), who is hosting the meeting. Public Art could be considered one of the solutions to make the long road engaging. Facebook
The City of Las Vegas will hold a “Temporary Public Art Workshop” on Saturday, January 30, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Historic Fifth Street School (401 S. Fourth Street). The informal workshop is designed to introduce local artists on upcoming temporary public art projects in the City of Las Vegas.
It will cover basic materials, from common terms, contractual issues, and the benefits and challenges of working with a city program, says Jenny Strayer, city Visual Arts Specialist. Also to be discussed are examples of temporary projects; information about applying for “The Windows” on First and the Aerial Gallery; how to create a proposal; and a presentation of public art in other regions.
To register for “Temporary Public Art Workshop” send an email with your name, area of interest, and contact phone number to jstrayer(at)lasvegasnevada.gov.
ABOVE: A border patrol agent stands in front of a wall that fronts JR’s installation at the U.S-Mexico border. September 6, 2017. Photo by Scott Bennett.
Serigraph Print on Rives BFK, 18"x12"
Edition of 50