ULI Toronto: Placemaking with Public Art


2021-02-16T12:00:00 - 2021-02-16T13:00:00

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    Since the onset of the pandemic, many of us have been getting out and exploring cities more than ever, amplifying the role that public art plays in the enjoyment of our neighbourhoods. With the City of Toronto launching ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021 and the City of Markham providing a blueprint through their Public Art Master Plan, the importance of making art more accessible is being recognized by both the development industry and residents as an essential element of city building.
    Join ULI and our panel of experts to discuss the importance of public art, address how the industry plays an important role in working with municipalities to create engaging opportunities, and how art contributes to the building of complete communities.
    Moderator: Rebecca Carbin, Principal, ART+PUBLIC UnLtd
    Kevin Buist, Independent Curator (former Artistic Director of ArtPrize, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan)
    Meg Davis, Chief Development Officer, Waterfront Toronto 
    Joe Sellors, Project Lead, ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021
    Adrian Stimson, Artist and member of the Siksika Nation
    Yan Wu, Public Art Curator, City of Markham
    Cover image is Faces of Regent Park by Dan Bergeron.

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