The Vision and the Visual: Creative/Artist Partnerships in Parks and Recreation
Learn from three Parks and Recreation professionals in how including artists in the process of creating programs or facility planning can lead to new and unexpected successes. Case studies will include collaborations between artists and recreational agencies, artist inclusion in capital improvement projects, and leveraging a creative process to encourage community engagement.
Presenters will also discuss how to recruit artists, define project expectations beneficial to both parties, and how to maximize the potential for fruitful collaborations. In addition, we will examine the following questions: what does a successful integrated art program look like in our sector? How do you define project goals when you include an artist? How can an artist's voice influence the project development process?
Session Length: 1.25 Hours
Credit: 0.1 CEU
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Liesel Fenner, ASLA
Public Art Program Director, Maryland State Arts Council
Artist & Senior Adviser for the Natural Dye Initiative, Maryland State Arts Council
Cultural Arts Program Supervisor, City of Kettering
Andrew Dailey plans and oversees over 400 programs for Rosewood Arts Centre each year. His initiatives, including community events for children and the arts, attract several thousand participants each year. His recent accolades include Distinguished Alumni Award from Wright State University, Special Way Award from the City of Kettering, and the Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award.