Workshopping Wasserman

November 12, 2015
Event Types
Talk / Lecture
Guests are seated on small stools around a woman with dark hair and glasses who is leading the lecture inside the gallery space.

Gallery talk as part of Gwenneth Boelens: At Odds at MIT List Visual Arts Center in 2017.

The List Visual Arts Center, MIT Program in Arts, Culture and Technology (ACT), and History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art (HTC) program invite you to convene in advance of the 2015 Wasserman Forum (November 13-14) to discuss, learn, and engage with Public Art and the Commons. Hear from Wasserman Fellow Jordan Troeller and other List staff about the speakers, panels, and concepts driving the symposium, and join in this discussion to dive deeper into public art and civic engagement. Stay tuned for a reading list, to be shared before the workshop.