Technologies for Ecstatic Transformation: Chad Mount’s Art of Spectacular Lights and Sensorial Surprises
‘’I strive to create new sensory experiences. I use all kinds of technologies to make my art more surprising, more beautiful, more emotionally moving.” For Oklahoma City-based artist Chad Mount, there is no division between technology and art. ‘’Technology in all of its forms is really important when we’re talking about public art. What’s available now is really mind-blowing. I find that people in tech and the arts are really open to collaborating. We have to be learning from one another to make public art more impactful and meaningful.”
The Invitation of Color and Illumination: Wagner Murray’s Architectural Transformations of Public Space
The strategic use of light, pattern, and color is key for Wagner Murray Architects as the firm embarks on transforming existing public areas into entirely new spatial events. “The emotional experience of human beings within an architectural space is what it’s really about.” says principle Dave Wagner. “It has to appear effortless. The public doesn’t have to know why they feel the way that they do; the architectural elements simply have to work together harmoniously to bring about the desired effect.”
CODAworx Announces CODAsummit: “The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place”
CODAworx, the hub of the commissioned art economy, announced today that it will produce CODAsummit: The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place in Santa Fe, NM on September 20-21, 2018. The groundbreaking event will create a platform for conversation at this milestone moment in art history when technology is playing a key role in major commissioned artworks. CODAsummit will focus on this paradigm shift by featuring artists who are using technology to create placemaking commissions and the collaborations occurring between artists, designers, architects, scientists, and technologists.
Webinar: How to Commission Art in Your Healthcare Environment
In this webinar CODAworx RFP Specialist Stefanie O'Keefe discusses how to determine your art requirements, finding the right artist, managing RFPs for artwork, and using digital tools to streamline the commission workflow process in healthcare environments. This presentation is from The Center for Health Design Icons & Innovators webinar series.
How Collaboration Leads to Integrated Healthcare Art Programs
Collaboration is the key to outstanding healthcare art programs that meet both individual facility goals and create integrated visual experiences. Enjoy this webinar by Barbara Harriman, IIDA, President and Creative Director of Distinctive Art Source for The Center for Health Design Icons & Innovators webinar series.
Streamlining the Public Art Process
Streamlining The Public Art Process. The Division Manager of Cultural Arts for the City of Kettering, Ohio commissions a site-specific public artwork using the CODAworx RFP Toolkit.
Public Art Commission Finds Artists to Integrate Art
Public Art Commission Finds Artists to Integrate Art. Public Art Coordinator Roberta Bloom gets the word out about a major public art commission for Aurora, Colorado using the CODAworx RFP Toolkit.
Public Art Case Study – Streamlining Florida Art Commission
Public Art Case Study - Streamlining Florida Art Commission. A public art consultant commissions an outdoor sculpture for a courthouse in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida using the CODAworx RFP Toolkit.
Suspended Memories: The Indelible Work of Terry Welker, FAIA
Please stare. That’s the behavior Terry Welker wants to encourage when it comes to his artwork. “Mobiles allow people to… Read More
Jonathan Brown: Mosaic for all Mediums
Talk with mosaic artist Jonathan Brown, and you get the distinct impression that his work is, for him, a form… Read More