From our friends at LegalArt, come out and find out what is going on with this artistic initiative from Miami-Dade.
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SeminArt: What’s New and Next with Miami-Dade Art in Public Places
Get the inside scoop on recently commissioned public art projects, upcoming Calls to Artists from Art in Public Places and tips for submitting a successful application.
A LECTURE AND Q&A FEATURING BRANDI REDDICK, ARTISTS AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER FOR ART IN PUBLIC PLACES.
Wednesday, April 28th / 6:00-8:00pm
155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
Miami, FL 33137
Miami-Dade Art in Public Places program implements site-specific art installations in civic areas at various sites throughout Miami, including Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, fire and police stations, Port of Miami, libraries, parks, Miami International Airport, public housing developments, Metrorail and Metromover stations, and community health centers. These collaborative, innovative projects involve the thinking of artists, architects, engineers, historians, and landscape architects.
About the Presenter
Brandi Reddick, Artists and Communications Manager for Art in Public Places, coordinates the program’s management of artists and communications, from advisory committee and artist orientation meetings to public art project publicity and publications. Please join LegalArt as Brandi discusses recent public art commissions, the Call to Artists Process, and an overview of upcoming opportunities for local artists, including the Verde Gardens Affordable Housing Development, the Caleb Center Courthouse, the Kendall Soccer Park and the Northeast Branch Library, among others.
EMAIL email@example.com TO REGISTER.
Special thanks to our host SPINELLO GALLERY
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