Cities and neighborhoods across the country know that art plays a significant role in neighborhood revitalization. How can art be used to promote economic development that attracts jobs, tourism, and investment in their communities? A panel discussion will provide a sneak peak for the public art and character enhancements being developed for University Arts & Character Plan. This public engagement plan will create concepts of public art and design enhancements to the District's public realm.
Panelists will include:
Principal & Co-Founder of Designing Local - a Community Arts Planning Firm
Principal & Co-Founder of Designing Local
A Columbus artist whose work has been used for business and tourism promotion
Timothy Wolf Starr
Founder of the Small Business Beanstalk and arts festival organizer
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm, 12:00pm - Presentation
Where: Room 100, Northwood-High Building, 2231 North High Street
Catering: Your choice of box lunch from the Angry Baker
Registration is closed. Please contact 614-294-5113 for last minute availability.