How Can Public Art Help Shape Our Community’s Future?

The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission has proposed Two Artists and Creative Economy Roundtables to answer just that question. You have two opportunities to join the discussion with Master Public Art Planner, Todd Bressi:

October 13 at 1 p.m.

Broad 9A (160 Tracy St. #10)

October 14 at 5:30 p.m.

Athens Art Crowd at Hotel Indigo (500 College Ave.)

Each roundtable will include a brief presentation about the Athens’ public art master plan process — what it is, why it is happening and who is leading it. As part of the research and community engagement phase of the Master Public Art Plan process, these roundtables will inform the projects and identify priorities that the planning team will recommend during the final phase of the Master Plan Process.

For more information, you can visit the ACAC’s website here. If unable to attend either of the roundtable meetings, you can still have a word by completing this online questionnaire.




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