Todd W. Bressi — known for his consulting with the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, 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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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
I was honored to be invited as a U.S. representative to an Urban Thinkers Campus workshop called “The City We Need: Open for Art,” this winter. About 50 arts professionals, artists and planners from... READ MORE
This week Matthew Mazzotta came with me to Athens, Ga., as the second artist-in-residence for the Athens Public Art Master Plan During his visit, Mazzotta conducted five “outdoor living room” public conversations about art, place and... READ MORE
The Athens Public Art Master Plan process includes a unique feature, three guest artists who will visit Athens for a week at a time to provide insight into opportunities for public art in... READ MORE