Public Art Intersecting History: Past Reflections and Future Opportunities
April 9, 6:00pm
FREE with Museum Admission
We have recently witnessed how public sculpture representing some historical figures can foster heated controversy. There are both national and even local examples. But there are also unlimited opportunities for our history to inform the creation of public art that can be creative, place making and community building. Come explore both past examples and future prospects for such “historical” public art, especially around Greater Syracuse, with Dennis Connors, former curator of history at the Onondaga Historical Association.