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Shared Space: The Ethics of Public Art

Join panelists, Avery McQueary and Durant Thompson and Moderator, Adrienne Chadwick for the Confab panel presentation, Shared Space: The Ethics of Public Art

Responsive to the lived experience of the communities it serves, effective Public Art projects consider social, cultural, political, economic, and environmental contexts. Explore the ethics of public art with a panel of regional practitioners from a broad range of industries including urban development, arts institutions, and community nonprofits.

Adrienne Chadwick 
Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami
Director of Community

Avery McQueary
Executive Director
Sculpture Walk Springfield

Durant Thompson
Co-Founder of Yonka Sculpture Trail
University of Mississippi

Confab Schedule

October 15th
9AM: Event Registration 

10AM: Agha Keynote lecture and Q&A

11:30AM-12:30PM: MSA Member’s Lunch open to all attendees.

12:45-2PM: Shared Spaces: the Ethics of Public Art Panel presentation 

2:15-3PM: Scholarship presentations

3PM: Masters Award Ceremony

3:30-6PM: Afternoon break

6:30PM: Masters Award Dinner for Jen Torres with Agha at Eco Shed

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Murfreesboro, TN 37133

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