2014 Public Art & Placemaking Digital Classroom
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The Public Art & Placemaking Digital Classroom is a four-month, topic-based virtual leadership development series that provides an opportunity for local arts leaders to master foundational concepts and build skills in particular core subjects necessary to succeeding in local arts and community development.

The Fall Public Art Classroom will cover the development and implementation of public art marketing and engagement plans, strategies, messages, online tools, and educational resources.  Public art programs face unique communications and engagement challenges. From how to define patrons to how to assess and communicate the value of a collection, public art professionals need marketing and community engagement strategies to build appreciation and support their collection and programs.

Join experts and fellow practitioners to learn about strategic marketing and engagement efforts, communicating value and purpose to the public and internal partners, online marketing and engagement best practices, and educational resources that can be developed to further engage your audience.

News
Jun 03, 2014

Americans for the Arts needs YOU to help us test the Public Art Network (PAN) Year in Review Database.

May 01, 2014

Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education, announced the recipients of the 2014 Americans for the Arts Annual Local Arts Leadership Awards.

Apr 11, 2014

Marete Wester, Senior Director of Arts Policy at Americans for the Arts, took part in the Global Alliance for Arts & Health’s conference in Houston, April 9-12.

News
Jun 16, 2014

Americans for the Arts Annual Convention kicked off unofficially on June 12th with the preconferences and their related field trips.

May 27, 2014

With grant support, a temporary display of public art has been installed along the Yahara River in the city of Madision, Wisconsin.

May 23, 2014

On May 24th the new 30-acre park on Governors Island will open to the public and will be the location of several public art pieces and the beginnings of a new public art program.

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