Organized and Facilitated by Kyle deCamp, Andrew W. Mellon
Arts and the Common Good Artist-in-Residence
Explore public-arts practices in urban centers from the perspective of working artists, architects, urban planners and scholars.
Associate Professor of Art
University at Albany, SUNY
AIA, Huff + Gooden Architects
Professor of Practice
Co-Director, Global Africa Lab
Graduate School of Architecture Planning & Preservation
Historic Preservation and Public History Consultant
Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Visiting Assistant Professor Graduate Center for Planning
Co-Director O.N.E. Mile Detroit
Assistant Professor of Architecture
Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
University of Michigan
Admission is free and lunch will be provided at no charge to all participants. Reservations are not necessary, but please contact Kimberly Rhodes, Director, Andrew W. Mellon Arts and the Common Good Grant for further information.
Presented and generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Arts and the Common Good Grant.