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The art collective fierce pussy will receive the 2019 Public Art Dialogue (PAD) Award for achievement in the field of public art. fierce pussy will accept the PAD Award on Thursday, February 14 as part of a ceremony and reception at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in conjunction with CAA’s 107th Annual Conference.
Monument Lab invites applications for the inaugural Monument Lab National Fellows Program, supported by a generous grant from the Surdna Foundation. This fellowship will support individuals around the country whose ongoing projects address long term inequities in monuments and engage new creative approaches to public art, history, and memory.
Applications are due Sunday, November 18, 2018.
Visit the Monument Lab website for more details.
The City of Ottawa, Ontario, invites curators, planning artists or public art consultants to submit their qualifications for consideration to develop a comprehensive Public Art Plan for Vanier and Montreal Road.
Submissions are due Tuesday August 28.
See the City of Ottawas's Request for Qualifications for complete details.
Art Journal Open seeks 500-word responses for a Forum on Public Funding for the Arts and Humanities, convened by Sarah Kanouse, Jeremy Liu, Catherine Morris, and Mimi Thi Nguyen.
Moderated contributions will be posted to an online forum hosted by Art Journal Open. Some respondents may subsequently be invited to expand their text into a longer article.
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor
PAD members are invited to make a nomination for the 2019 PAD award for achievement in the field of public art. The award is given annually to an individual whose contributions have greatly influenced public art practice. The deadline for nominations is May 14, 2018.
Monday, April 16, 2018
Kaplan Seminar Room
This talk will address food art in the public sphere in the past five decades, as exemplified by the forthcoming issue of the journal <em>Public Art Dialogue</em>, guest-edited by professors Bottinelli and d’Ayala Valva. The speakers will present essays, interviews, and artist projects exploring diverse geographical contexts and power dynamics, looking at long-term and temporary projects, and focusing on participatory, sculptural, and conceptual practices
Thursday, February 22, 2018
FREE for PAD members!
Join us during the 2018 CAA conference for a bus tour of The Great Wall of Los Angeles by Judy Baca, this year’s recipient of the Public Art Dialogue (PAD) Annual Award.
Taylor and Francis has made the entire Spring 2016 issue of PAD open access.
"The Dilemma of Public Art's Permanence," guest edited by Erika Doss, is especially relevant and timely in light of conversations surrounding the removal of confederate monuments (and other public monuments and murals). You can access the issue here:
Teachable Monuments: Using Public Art to Spark Dialogue and Address Controversies
Abstracts due to chairs on August 14, 2017
A Public Art Primer: Expanding Form and Content
This panel seeks participation from a wide variety of stakeholders that have a demonstrated
commitment to teaching Public Art. How does this curriculum support and enhance the vital
need of visual literacy and community engagement? What methodologies are currently used
that provide informed participation and responses? Are there ‘best practices’ from other fields,
for example, the social sciences and humanities that can be integrated in the pedagogy? What
Mad. Sq. Art Symposium 2017:
Accessing Public Art
Friday, June 2, 2017
SVA Theatre, School of Visual Arts
333 West 23rd Street
Please RSVP to [email protected]
On Friday, June 2, Madison Square Park Conservancy and the School of Visual Arts will host Madison Square Park’s third annual symposium, exploring the possibilities of public art, featuring prominent artists and leaders in the public art and museum fields.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
5:00 to 7:00, Queens Museum of Art
Free and Open to the Public
According to the Queen's Museum, "Since the late 1960s, Mierle Laderman Ukeles’s performances, sculptural installations, and writing have explored issues profoundly important to society today: the role of women in society, cultures of work and labor, and urban and community resilience. Her MANIFESTO FOR MAINTENANCE ART 1969! laid out the hidden, yet essential role of maintenance in Western society—and the radical implications of actively valuing rather than dismissing or hiding it."