On September 24, people from around the region came together at the McKnight Foundation for the Public Art Scrambler.

The Public Art Scrambler invites public art coordinators and administrators from around the metro to attend quarterly breakfast to learn and connect with peers. The events are focused on issues related to public art administration and are determined by a steering committee of public art professionals.

The founders of Works Progress, an artist led public art and design studio, collaborated with the Steering Committee to design an interactive session around the questions ‘What kind of creative culture(s) are we making together?’ & ‘What are the values that drive our creative work?’. Participants created an individual map of a creative process or project and then worked collaboratively in small groups to unpack the relationship of their work to the larger systems that drive our society.

You can see pictures from the event here.

Great thanks to McKnight Foundation for supporting these gatherings.