Public Art Planning for the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick

Indianapolis Cultural Trail engaged Forecast to develop a comprehensive public art plan: developing and facilitating the public outreach and community engagement, synthesizing data, and developing the 5-10 year action plan to guide the future of public art for the Trail, and we need your help!
the cover of PAR 58 includes a headshot of Kara Walker and the headline Powerful Spaces

Public Art Review issue 58

Visually stunning and 30% longer with even more compelling content than previous issues, this special 2019 edition of Public Art Review (PAR) includes a highlight of 103 pages devoted exclusively to 15 projects, all of which create spaces that encourage gathering, healing, safety, sanctuary, equity, and accessibility. We know that in this era, which feels unsafe and turbulent, such spaces—on the ground and in community—are critical. The projects—which are sited in spaces like a mobile office space, caravan, memorial site, church, and firehouse—address issues like racism, immigration, housing, economic development, incarceration, public policy, and more.

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Photographing the Artists Behind the Murals

Forecast hired two BIPOC photographers—Awa Mally and Neh-Dah-Ness Rose Greene—to document Black and BIPOC-led creative projects around the Twin Cities. From June 5-12, they were tasked with photographing projects that they knew about, and to find more.