Incorporating Public Art into Transportation Corridors (Recording)
Incorporating Public Art into Transportation Corridors
Join APBP for this webinar focusing on the role of art and integrating art into transportation corridors. Caroline will discuss the 606 in Chicago and how this one-of-a-kind park and trail has made a name for itself in Chicago—connecting neighborhoods and transforming the commute for pedestrians and cyclists who can now travel for nearly three miles above traffic. Carolyn will discuss how they were able to plan for and fund the installation of the art work in the trail corridor. In addition, Lisa will focus on placemaking on a transportation corridor by showcasing work on the Midtown Greenway and the Nicollet Mall project.
Caroline O’Boyle, Trust for Public Land
Lisa Middag, Minneapolis Downtown Improvement District
Recorded August 16, 2017 | 60 minutes
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