How Public Art Can Activate Public Space

This week, we are discussing “Arts & Its Role in Urban Planning and Renewal” on #artsmgtchat, and thought this would be a great resource to share ahead of the conversation. Public Space, Public Art & Public Life is a panel discussion that explores the interplay between art and architecture in urban spaces. The discussion was moderated by USC Norman Lear Center Director Martin Kaplan The panel included Christopher JanneyScott Fisher, chair of the Interactive Media Division of the USC School of Cinematic ArtsRobert Kraft, composer and CEO of Fox Music, Inc.; and USC School of Architecture dean Qingyun Ma, among others.

What is public art? And if you know what public art is, what is art? What about public life – are we all on stage? Is life just reality TV minus the cameras? And if we’re all performers, who’s the audience?

Read the Edited Transcript of the Panel Discussion

2 thoughts on “How Public Art Can Activate Public Space

  1. Reblogged this on I Rez Therefore I Am and commented:
    CHARLOTTE, NC, Friday 22 June — #ArtsMgtChat founder & moderator Ally Yusuf is holding her bi-monthly Twitter Chat today at 2pm EDT / 20:00 CEST on the topic of Public Art & Public Space. If you’re passionate about the arts, fire up your twitter account and join the virtual conversation.

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