Public Talk with New York based Director of MTA Arts & Design
Sandra Bloodworth is the Director of the MTA Arts & Design programs in New York City. As the spokesperson for MTA on arts and urban design issues, she will share with us her goal to aesthetically improve the city's transportation environment through public arts administration, design and preservation services. She will also highlight several programs in place including: Public Art, Lightbox Project, Graphics Program, Poetry in Motion, and Music Under New York. Co-author of the book New York's Underground Museum, Bloodworth is also the recipient of the 2005 Alfred Sloan Award for Public Service and the 2015 Gari Melchers Medal from the Artist's Fellowship.
The event is free, but with limited seating, please reserve your seat via Eventbrite
Organized by the Metropolitan Public Arts Coalition [MPAC] in collaboration with the Fulton County Arts and Culture, Public Arts Program [FCAC]