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Education

Forecast brings public art concepts and processes into classrooms.

Connections Gallery by Randy Walker at Roosevelt High School. Photo by Candida Gonzales. [1]

“Connections Gallery” by Randy Walker at Roosevelt High School. Photo by Candida Gonzales.

We inspire and empower youth by promoting creativity, critical thinking, and the principles of civic engagement. We view education as an investment in the next generation of citizens and artists engaged in creating their own meaningful places. Public art learning empowers young people to make and care for their own places, and invest in their communities with pride and a sense of identity.

Our education program focuses on bringing people together to learn and connect around ideas, questions, and concepts related to public art.

Our K-12 education program, Public Art in the Schools, invites educators and artists into deep collaborations that result in public art making and public art curriculum.

We host workshops [2] for all ages, lead tours, and can visit your school, community, or business to present about public art. We tailor our programming to meet your needs.

For more information about education program, contact Jen Krava at jenk@forecastpublicart.org [3] or 651.641.1128 ext. 111.

Learn more about our educational offerings through our case studies: