How Do I Do That?
A Conversation with Rochelle Riley, City of Detroit, and Lisa Sauve, Ann Arbor Art Center / Synecdoche Design Studio
DATE: Wednesday, September 23, 2020
TIME: 11:00 – 11:30 am EST
Public arts projects, whether large or small scale, can feel incredibly daunting. So how do they get done? Join us for a series of 30-minute conversations with innovators and leaders in local and national public arts where we’ll race the clock to hear about their work and how do it.
Presenters on Thursday, September 24:
- Rochelle Riley, City of Detroit
Rochelle is the Director of the Office of Arts, Culture, and Entrepreneurship at the City of Detroit and will detail her fast-acting work on the COVID-19 Memorial on Belle Isle and the ‘Power to the People’ mural in downtown Detroit during the protests against racial injustice.
- Lisa Sauve, Ann Arbor Art Center / Synecdoche Design Studio
Lisa is the Co-Founding Principal and CEO of Synecdoche Design and is spearheading the inaugural A2AC Murals project with the Ann Arbor Art Center to establish a creative district and connect artists through art in public.
Moderated by: Adam DesJardins, CultureSource