Increasingly, artists are heading out of the studio and into public spaces.
They’re taking over sidewalks, revitalizing urban rivers,
redesigning streets to be more people-friendly,
and re-mediating industrial lots.
As 21st-century artists partner with planners, engineers, and urban communities,
they’re becoming major players in the efforts to remake
revitalize cities and neighborhoods.
Join us for 2 events with 3 dynamic artists—
School of Architecture, Betts Auditorium
Moderated by Kelly Baum (Princeton University Art Museum)
& Jenny Price (Princeton Atelier, Lewis Center for the Arts)
Lewis Center for the Arts,
185 Nassau Street,
Come do a 10-minute workshop with each artist. No experience or expertise required.
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS /
Adam Horowitz, NYC—Chief Instigator, U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
Emily Scott, ETH Zürich—Co-founder, World of Matter & LA Urban Rangers
Lou Pesce, L.A.— Metabolic Studio
All events open to the public.
Artists Making Cities is sponsored by the Princeton Atelier/Lewis Center for the Arts and the Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities with support from the Princeton Environmental Institute and the Princeton University Art Museum.
- Princeton University