Making it in Moreland is a series of free online workshops and discussions for local artists.
This workshop will focus on Moreland’s many opportunities to make your art public. Public art offers a vast array of audiences the opportunity to encounter new ways of thinking about and seeing the world, and Moreland has several different programs that focus specifically on public art.
Join public art curators Emily Cormack and Leon van de Graff for a workshop that covers the many opportunities that Moreland has to offer, and how artists might best become involved in these programs. In this workshop we will provide a brief background into the role of public art in Moreland, including our annual site responsive temporary public art exhibition MoreArt, our graffiti intervention program RenuWall, as well as talking through forthcoming opportunities to create public art work for the Moreland Public Art Collection. We will address practical tips such as how to respond to an EOI, what kind of safety considerations and insurances you need to create and install public art, and how to process your creative ideas publicly so that they have the most impact and integrity.
This free workshop will feature presentations from Moreland public art officer Emily Cormack and Moreland RenuWall program officer Leon van de Graaff.
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