As many art galleries, museums and the like have been pivoting under the pressures of COVID-19 the past few weeks. Now we are seeing a serge in organizations investing time to re-evaluate their role in the community and connections to key/primary audiences beyond the summer. Virtual offerings are key in the short-term and will most [...]
Structure influences behavior. Design spaces that make you feel "you are welcome here and you came to the right place." by Peter Block, author and civic engagement consultant
Design is art that people use. by Ellen Lupton, Designer
DesignShop launched a list of the top 10 Tips for Museum Exhibit Design Success (March 2019). When you think about your site, which areas do you excel at? Of course, no one is perfect - I am sure there are key elements that could be improved as well. Don't be shy when it comes to [...]
Sometimes creativity needs to meet people where they are at. It might not always be wise to think that your audience will come to you. This month, Projects for Public Spaces (PPS) posts about Great Public Spaces: Expecting More from Transit Stop & Stations to help you get inspired.
Around the wold, we are able to experience creative thought in realtime, expressed unexpectedly in spaces both large and small. So what is public art? Often the first images that come to mind are the "3 M's" - murals, monuments or memorials. Although iconic forms of public art; it comes in many more forms - incorporating [...]
“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” – George Bernard Shaw