The Public Art Experiment is an online workshop and participatory art project that took place at SPARK festival during October 2021. You can revisit the workshop through a recording of the workshop that took place on 23 October 2021:
|23 October 2021 (Saturday)
|18.30 - 20.00 (HKT) / 11.30 - 13.00 (UK - BST)
The Public Art Experiment - Online workshop and participatory art project
View the recording here
From the comfort of your home, or wherever you want to be, co-create a temporary public art exhibition, internationally, in only a few hours.
Find out more about new ideas in public art, through an inclusive, practical and playful online workshop that reimagines the public sphere in our digital age. The Public Art Experiment is part workshop, part participatory art project, led by Dr Jacek Ludwig Scarso of London Metropolitan University. It invites the participants to consider the following brief: “Take any space and imagine it as a public art place. What would you create? What themes would you explore? What would your visitors experience?”.
The recorded workshop is suitable for artists in any medium, as well as students and creative enthusiasts with little or no previous experience of artistic activities who want to find out more about new ideas in public art.
Type of event: online workshop and participatory art project
Platform: Microsoft TEAMS
Age advice: All age groups
Accessible features: Live captions available via Microsoft TEAMS (desktop version only – free download available for PC and Mac from Microsoft)