Todd W. Bressi — known for his consulting with Mural Arts Philadelphia, leadership of the design journal Places, and teaching at Penn and Pratt Institute — leads an innovative design practice that explores the intersection of city design, place planning and public art.
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Join a conversation with St. Paul City Artist Amanda Lovelee, part of the ongoing muraLAB series that I organize with Mural Arts Philadelphia. Here are the details! And check out Amanda’s essay on... READ MORE
One of the projects I worked on with Mural Arts Philadelphia was recognzied by the Americans for the Arts, Year in Review, this week. Mat Tomezcko’s 14 Movements, A Symphony in Color, was... READ MORE
This summer the Arts Center of the Capital Region and the City of Troy will together present “Troy Summer Square” at Troy’s Monument Square. “Summer Square” will be a key public engagement component... READ MORE
Artist Nate Harris has begun installing five new artworks at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, which has evolved from its days as a military base into an office and industrial area, including firms... READ MORE
Watch the YouTube stream by clicking here and scrolling to March 8. On March 8 I had the pleasure of moderating a discussion that explored intersection of art, history and science. This conversation was... READ MORE
I’ve completed another week of work in Athens, Ga., this time with guest artist Wing Young Huie, a Minneapolis-based photographer known for his projects that challenge people to bring their hidden selves into... READ MORE