Art’s Power to Transform Us All

ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts presents

Light It Up: Optimizing Public Practice
A meeting to illuminate exemplary work by local and national artists and communities
and their impact on evolving Higher Education

Thursday – Saturday, Oct. 27–29, 2011
A. E. England Building 424 N. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004, Civic Space Park

Click here for the Complete Schedule of Events.

Keynote presentation: Rick Lowe, the founder of Project Row Houses, an organization that merges art and architecture with social activism.

For two-days, ASU faculty and staff, regional community partners and national and international leaders in the field of Public Practice will provide perspectives from the field while building awareness and advocacy for further developing Public Practice. The dialogue will provide a pivotal juncture for the investigation and integration of Public Practice, engaging ideas for the transformation of curricular design
at ASU.

For more information and to register, contact:
Elizabeth Johnson, Coordinator, Public Practice


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