Public Art Review issue 59

Public Art Review issue 59

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.
grid of portraits of Forecast 2020 Grantees

Announcing our Forecast 2020 Early- and Mid-Career Grant Recipients

We are excited to introduce our next round of talented grant…
Artist Yatika Fields spray paints a colorful wall

Yatika Fields creates Memorial Park mural, the first public art commission for the city of Siloam Springs, Arkansas

The city believes that the colorful mural, a highlight of the new downtown Memorial Park, will be an iconic landmark for both residents and tourists.
portrait of Forecast consulting team member, Tricia Heuring

Forecast consultant Tricia Heuring skillfully navigates a variety of projects

A Thai American curator, arts organizer, and educator, Heuring is working with Forecast on a variety of public art commissioning projects.
Forecast 2019 mid-career project grantee Pete Driessen sits on a platform with with PD and writer Susan Smith Grier and curator Sheila Dickinson at Brainerd NP Center for Turntable Talk on October 19, 2019.

Forecast Consulting helps Beyond Housing integrate arts into their work

Beyond Housing is a St. Louis, Missouri, community development organization that looks to serve human needs, after a person has a place to live. When the notion came up to integrate the arts into their work, they were interested, but needed help.

Seven Clans Mural by Forecast Mid-Career Grantee Karen Savage-Blue honors ancestors and harmonious living

As a community learning tool Mid-Career Project Grantee Karen Savage-Blue created Seven Clans, a large exterior mural on the Fond du Lac reservation's Head Start building in Northern MN.

Minneapolis Government Center exhibit showcases artistic work of youth from Kulture Klub Collaborative

Five different Kulture Klub Collaborative projects are highlighted in the exhibit at Minnesota's Hennepin County Government Center, through February, 2020.

Forecast 2019 Early Career Project Grantee Kazua Melissa Vang’s Hmong Ephemera

Forecast Early Career Project grantee Kazua Melissa Vang's solo exhibit and experimental films projection, Hmong Ephemeras explores the world of caregiving.

Forecast consultant Hawona Sullivan Janzen skillfully engages diverse stakeholders

Forecast’s work centered on identifying perceptions, challenges, and opportunities, and then making recommendations to help HTT move forward