Public Sculpture in North Carolina

In 1969, Congress established a federal program of funding public art.  Since that time public sculpture has increasingly been manifestested in cities and towns throughout this country.  Maryrose Carroll has been part of that great flowering of public sculpture, as an artist and a lector, and she will present images and lead discussion of public art in North Carolina. She will be looking at the public response to installed art, how it is defined, defiled and amplified in the community.  

Public art can be a step in redefining a community.

Requirements: 
lectern, digital projection system, writeable board