Approaching Public Art with Simone Eisler
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
This webinar will help you take your art from the studio to the streets, stepping you through tips and challenges associated with creating large-scale public artworks. Developing public artworks is a
This webinar will help you take your art from the studio to the streets, stepping you through tips and challenges associated with creating large-scale public artworks.
Developing public artworks is a significant undertaking and includes many physical and conceptual considerations. In this webinar, Simone Eisler will discuss her approach to public art commissions. Using Simone’s artworks as a starting point, the webinar will explore:
- Different types of public art artworks: temporary and permanent art commissions.
- Different stakeholders: Government, private and commercial.
The webinar will suit artists from all career levels who are interested in expanding their art practice into public art contexts. Attendees will gain insight into:
- Designing a public artwork from concept, plan to outcome.
- Finding opportunities specific to your own creative practice.
What to bring
Please bring questions to discuss with Simone. If you would like to provide these to Flying Arts in advance of the webinar, please email email@example.com. Flying Arts also recommends having note taking materials on hand.
This online session will be held via ClickMeeting a webinar broadcasting room. The webinar will be recorded and uploaded to Flying Arts’ YouTube after the program concludes.
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Image: Simone Eisler (2023) The Climate Wars.
Simone Eisler creates large-scale gallery and public installations, including The Climate Wars, a 7m high Trojan Horse vertical garden at Southbank for the World Science Festival (2023), Museum of Our Lost World, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, for Botanica (2021), and Future Nature for Floating Land, Noosa (2021). Simone also collaborates with private, state and council architectural and landscape clients to develop creative content for public spaces and was a key place making consultant with AECCOM, which won the concept design for the massive Southport Broadwater Playground, (2023). In 2011 she completed a collaborative international public art commission The Berlin Laughter Project for the House of World Cultures, Berlin.
Website: www.simoneeisler.com Instagram: simoneeisler #simoneeisler #queenlandartist #publicart