Community engagement, as part of the public art process, is an important topic that local artists would like to learn more about. For this session Nina Marren, Senior Program Manager of the New York City Department of Transportation’s Art Program, will present on how the Department of Transportation works with the community. Her project examples will show how sites are selected for public art commissions and the methods artists employ to authentically engage the community.
Participants are encouraged to bring questions to this session.
This session will be held online via Zoom.
As Senior Program Manager of the New York City Department of Transportation’s Art Program, Nina Marren oversees implementation of public art and event-based arts and cultural programming on NYC DOT property citywide. Since joining NYC DOT in 2015, Nina’s knowledge of Visual/Studio Arts and Art History have contributed to the successful execution of varied projects throughout New York City. Nina’s commitment to public programs is fueled by her dedication to the City as a native New Yorker.
Individual tickets are Pay What You Can ranging from $12, $15, or $20.
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