Art and Green Infrastructure

1.29.18 |
9:30 am to 11:30 am

| 145 Tremont St. 7th Floor, Boston MA, 02111 | Directions & Parking

Stacy Levy's spiral on water
Stacy Levy's spiral on water

featuring a presentation by EcoArtist Stacy Levy

New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) in partnership with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is hosting a series of discussions among artists and municipal planners. 

Come learn about examples from the field from both artist and planner perspectives and share your thoughts on how you see public art addressing a range of municipal planning goals and objectives. This event will feature brief presentations by guest speakers, and will primarily focus on smaller group conversations between artists and planners.

Our guest speaker for our January discussion is Stacy Levy, a Pennsylvania-based environmental sculptor who uses art as a vehicle for translating the patterns and processes of the natural world.  We are excited to bring Stacy Boston to share about her work and to lead us in this discussion on art and green infrastructure.  


The event is at capacity and our waitlist is growing, but please join the wait list.

Save the date for the final discussion in this series; registration will be live closer to the event:
4.23.18 | Art and Public Health

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The event space is accessible for individuals using wheelchairs. The front entrance has a double door vestibule without power operated doors. If you need assistance for entry or if the elevators are locked, please call 617-423-1390 to contact NEFA staff. Please contact Daniela J. Plotkin at 617.951.0010 x528 by January 8 if other accommodations are needed for your full participation.



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