A moving light work in remembrance of lives lost | Stuart Williams, Dresden
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Karen Olson, Tricia Heuring, and Adaobi Okolue comprised Forecast’s media team on the ground at the summit. Olson is editor in chief of Forecast’s magazine, Public Art Review. Okolue, artist and producer and ED + Publisher at Twin Cities Media Alliance, took over Forecast’s Twitter feed, while Heuring, Forecast consulting associate, a Thai American curator, arts organizer, and educator, took over Instagram.
As a consulting associate, Aki Shibata worked with Forecast on the launch of its new online learning platform, Forecast.ED.
Leaders in public art and creative placemaking on how their disciplines will help shape—and even transform—our future.
Gonzalez is passionate about education, community engagement and equitable arts access, and is working with Forecast on Making It Public workshops nationwide.
A majestic 30-foot Monarch butterfly with over 300 smaller butterflies—suspended from Mall of America’s Atrium skylight—was created from waste-stream materials and unveiled on Earth Day. On Earth Day, April 22, 2019, Mall of America (MOA) celebrated by unveiling a large-scale, interactive public art installation created by artist Christopher Lutter-Gardella that explores eco-consciousness and resourcefulness. Kaleidoscope […]
A simple re-creation of the water cycle illustrates our dependence on such systems, and encourages reflection | Matthew Mazzotta, Springfield, MO
A key piece in an ambitious public-transit public art program | Ann Hamilton, New York
Sculptural and conceptual interpretations of citizenship | multiple artists, Venice
An affordable-housing agency runs an art/performance venue | Cook Inlet Housing Authority, Anchorage
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