WPA’s No Artist Left Behind Program, in partnership with the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the International Interior Design Association, presented a panel discussion on the process of commissioning and creating public art.
WPA Executive Director Lisa Gold moderated a panel discussion that included Angela Adams, Public Art Administrator for Arlington County, VA; Margaret Boozer, Artist and founder of Red Dirt Studios; Jean Efron, Art Consultant; and Valerie Hassett, architect and interior designer. The discussion centered around how public art projects are produced and the respective roles of artists and designers in creating works for public spaces.
The panel was presented as part of the NeoConEast Expo, the premier commercial interior design convention in the eastern United States.
Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street
November 2, 2011, 2–3pm