Becoming Public Art: Collaborative Process
Becoming Public Art: Working Models & Case Studies for Art in Public is a nine-week virtual summit presented by the City of Markham, in partnership with ART+PUBLIC UnLtd. In a series of virtual sessions open to the public, professionals in the field will present the broad range of perspectives that shape public art making today.
In Session 2: Collaborative Process, we will explore the following questions: How to establish a collaborative process between the artist, architect, and fabricator, with a shared view to outcome? What is the role that collaboration plays in facilitating complexity? How to push the boundaries of what is possible from a design, engineering, and art-meaning perspective?
Jennifer Marman & Daniel Borins
James Khamsi, Director, DCSK
Stephen Richards, Streamliner Fabrication
Stefan Pilipa, Lead Fabricator, Punchclock Metalworks Inc.
David Turnbull, Director of Public Art & Conservation, Edmonton Arts Council
For more information please visit: https://markham.ca/PublicArt