Art consultant, Lyn Kartiganer to attend public art meeting | Arts & Culture
The following is a press release from the Hattiesburg Arts Council:
The Hattiesburg Arts Council invites the public to attend its public art meeting. Art consultant Lyn Kartiganer will be on hand Feb. 2 from 9 – 1 p.m. at the Hattiesburg Cultural Center located at 723 North Main St. in Hattiesburg.
In the past, Kartiganer has worked with HAC and with The Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Development Association. This time she will help HAC with conceptualizing and implementing long range planning. The Council wants to invite artists and community leaders to join the conversation. We think this is a great way to get the community involved.
For more information call Patty Hall, Hattiesburg Arts Council Director, 601-583-6005.
Short Bio: Lyn Kartiganer
Lyn Kartiganer is an artist, an arts consultant, a former director of Seattle’s Public Art Program, and the author of “In Collaboration: Artists on the Metro Design Team—A Practical Handbook.” She has had twenty-seven years of experience as a manager and consultant for complex, multifaceted public art projects. Since moving to Mississippi in 1991, her clients have included Delta State University, the University of Mississippi, the Mississippi Arts Commission, the Jackson Zoological Society, Jackson Public Schools, Riverboat Casino in Vicksburg, the Mississippi Museum of Art, and the Jackson Convention Center.
She has also consulted in the long-term plan for the School of Law at the University of Mississippi, among others, and played an instrumental role in the development of Vision2020, a long-term plan for the City of Oxford and Lafayette County.
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