In response to the fast-spreading COVID-19 virus, Forecast seeks to support artists based in Minnesota and the Native nations that share the same geography who want to share messages of hope and solidarity and wishes for their communities.
About Jen Dolen
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Entries by Jen Dolen
Forecast is launching a national initiative to support public artists and public art program administrators during this pandemic. We will immediately begin to offer pro bono consultations and technical support to any U.S.-based public artist or public art program administrators from now until May 31, 2020, as a response to the mounting effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
It is out of deep care and concern for the most vulnerable that we make the following temporary decisions today to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 (coronavirus) in our community.
Artist Anita Glesta’s 2010 U.S. Census Bureau project in Suitland, Maryland, commissioned by the General Services Administration
The United Arab Emirates’ nascent public art scene | multiple artists
An innovative and ambitious festival brings more than 100 street artists, from 30 countries, to Tunisia.
Access each article from the 59th issue of Public Art Review. This issue is filled with articles about how artists and design practitioners are inviting us all to focus on justice, inclusion, and human dignity.
In the land of 10,000 lakes, artist-activists dive into water’s critical role in health, healing, equity, and historical reckoning | multiple artists, Minnesota
A projection mural based on the Greek goddess of peace promotes non-violent protest and negotiation, while referencing the freedom of movement | Faith XLVII, Cincinnati, OH
The importance of complexity, relationships, and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in creating a more sustainable future | Artist Mary Miss and social ecologist Adrián Cerezo
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