Public Art Speaker Series
Do you have to, do you have to let it linger? Temporary Public Art installations can magically transform an otherwise ordinary space. These types of projects offer a new experience to the public without permanently altering the use of a space.
Join us on Wednesday, October 10th to explore some fun examples of temporary installations with Art Programs Manager, Robin Nigh (Lights On Tampa, Tampa Public Art Program), and Liz Dimmitt, cultural strategist (Art of the Brick, The Beach), moderated by Ashly Anderson, Senior Design Manager for the Tampa Downtown Partnership.
Wednesday, October 10th
5:30 – 6:00 Reception / Networking
6:00 – 7:00 Program
AIA Tampa Bay
The Center for Architecture and Design
1315 E. 7th Avenue, Ste. 105
Tampa, Florida 33605
Special thanks to the AIA Tampa Bay for hosting us at the Center for Architecture and Design. On-street parking is available for free where available, or there are two parking garages conveniently located two blocks from the AIA: Fernando Noriega, Jr Garage (2010 N 13th Street) and the Centro Ybor Garage (1500 E 5th Avenue).
This program is part of the series, PASS: Your Guide to Public Art, a speaker series, which is free and open to the public. This series features conversations with those who are involved in the production of Public Art produced by or in partnership with the City of Tampa.
Light bites and refreshments will be provided. This event is free and open to the public, but we ask that you register to reserve your spot. Click here to register via Event Brite. Tickets are limited will go quickly.
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