Panel discussion on Urbanism at PAFA – today at 2pm


It’s going to be a rainy day–perfect for a panel discussion! Come out for the panel, The Role of Place in Contemporary Art at 2pm today, at PAFA’s historic Frank Furness building. The panel is in conjunction with the exhibit Urbanism, organized by PAFA Curator of Contemporary Art, Julien Robson.  Robson will moderate and panelists include two artists in the show, Ben Peterson and Arden Bendler Browning, bloggers Libby and Roberta (ahem), Boston Phoenix critic and blogger Greg Cook, and Mark Harris, Director of the School of Art at the University of Cincinnati.

This is meant to be a casual conversation. So come down and share how you feel about this place or any place and its influence on you and your art. See a slide show on the jump page. We made it from photos we took at the press preview.

Steven and Billy Blaise Dufala, detail from wall drawing in Urbanism


amy walsh, arden bendler browning, ben peterson, panel discussion, steven and billy blaise dufala, the role of place in contemporary art, urbanism



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