The Ridgedale Hennepin County Library partnered with Forecast to facilitate development of permanent public artworks for their remodeled space.
About Jen Dolen
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Entries by Jen Dolen
How aware are planners that public art has evolved from the commissioning of objects and wall treatments into a sophisticated practice that addresses the challenges of practically every sector in our cities, our suburbs, and our rural communities?
A big warm thanks to everyone who made our first GroundWork Intensive for public art consultants a success.
When a community wants to engage an artist to work in the public sphere, one of the most important questions they must answer is: What is our intention?
Four huge murals are being installed on the side of Sheridan Arts Spanish Dual Immersion School in Northeast Minneapolis during the month of August! The project, a collaboration of Forecast Public Art, GoodSpace Murals and artist Drew Peterson, is funded by a Minnesota State Arts Board Arts Learning grant. Every student in the school has […]
The Artery is a redesigned, three block art-oriented street in the City of Hopkins. Forecast was hired to help plan a programmable streetscape with custom designed amenities.
Futility in the face of climate change | Tamara Johnson, Long Island City, NY + Socrates Sculpture Park
Incorporating LGBTQ perspectives in urban design is an idea whose time has come
A colorful, new interactive mural is mounted to the construction fence on two sides of Rice Park in downtown Saint Paul, MN! The nearby Ordway Center for the Performing Arts hired Forecast’s experienced Consulting and Creative Services team to enliven the fence with public art during renovation of the park. The resulting interactive mural was […]
Considering our place on earth in the context of geological time and change | Katie Paterson, Oslo
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