Sanford Robinson Gifford, Early October in the White Mountains, 1860.

Panel Discussion: Creative Placemaking and Land Use

December 10, 2013
6p Reception, Kemper Art Museum; 6:30p Panel Discussion, Steinberg Auditorium

This panel discussion will explore how creative placemaking relates to issues of land use and sustainability. The discussion will focus on three distinct creative placemaking projects and a new sustainability program that links art and design with social entrepreneurship. Panelists will include Don Koster, architect and senior lecturer in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts; Phil Valko, director of sustainability at Washington University in St. Louis; Gretchen Wagner, curator at The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts; and the artist and cultural activist Juan William Chávez.

Image credit

Sanford Robinson Gifford, Early October in the White Mountains, 1860. Oil on canvas, 14 1/8 x 24 1/8". Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington University in St. Louis. Bequest of Charles Parsons, 1905.