The MSA Interdisciplinary Conference will feature Keynote Speaker Janet Echelman and Guest Speakers Donald Lipski and Jean Shin. Other programming includes workshops, panels, exhibitions, receptions, demonstrations, presentations, and networking opportunities. We would love to see you in Cincinnati, but we are offering both in-person and virtual attendance if you prefer to join us online for programming on Thursday and Friday.
Wednesday – Workshops
Thursday – Panels, presentations, demos, Janet Echelman, and exhibition receptions
Friday – Jean Shin, panels, demos & tours, Donald Lipski, reception, and bonfire
Saturday – Travel to Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, tours, panels, members lunch, exhibition reception, and closing party in Cincinnati
Need a place to stay?
Fairfield Inn & Suites Cincinnati Uptown/University Area has rooms at $109 per night + taxes. Last day to book is September 20th, 2021
The other option is 21C located at 609 Walnut St, rooms are $189 per night + taxes.
Information and booking links will be sent to you upon registration to the conference.
Have questions? Send us an email at email@example.com
Janet Echelman - Keynote
Jean Shin - Guest Speaker
Kyle Anne Citrynell - The Business of Art
Garrett Kruger - Kholer Arts and Industry
Edward Sanchez - Beyond the Expanded Field
Coleen Houston - Public Art
Earl Dismuke - Engineering Imagination
Kristen Tordella-Williams - MSA Scholarship
Phoenix Savage - This Land is Our Land: Monumental Redux and the Futurity of Visual Resistance
Garrett Kruger - John Michael Kohler Arts Center: Arts/Industry
Mike Calway Fagen - Digital. Work. Ethic.
Celene Hawkins - Foundry Practies
Azza El Siddique - Vision 2020 Grant Recipients
Isaac Duncan III - Sculpture Parks and the Sculptors Who Run Them