The Town of Lewes Public Art Committee will host a community discussion and public art information sharing program on November 3 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Virden Center at the University of Delaware, near Lewes. As part of its continuing educational mission, the program will have speakers who will explore public art as a process, resource, creator of place and builder of community.
Speakers will be longtime public artist Kate Dodd and Rodney Robinson of Lewes, using her expertise as a landscape architect in the use and design of open spaces.
The program will be a wrap-up session for Dodd as she uninstalls “Efflorescence,” currently on display in George HP Smith Park. There are only weeks left to catch it.
“As we talk about the why and how of public art, we will also be soliciting comments and comments from the public on their encounters with this summer’s art installations – Rachel Mica Weiss ” Unbounded II ‘at Canalfront Park and’ Efflorescence ”from Kate Dodd to George HP Smith Park, organizers said. “We would love to answer your questions, as well as your thoughts on future projects. “
A free parking is available. Masks are mandatory in all University of Delaware buildings.
For more information, visit lewespublicarts.org or facebook.com/lewespublicarts/.