INPLACE Exhibition | CHANGING VIEWS II
June 2 – July 9, 2017
Public Reception, Friday, June 2, 5-7pm
In the ongoing changing views of the city this exhibition offers a comprehensive look at YSU’s NEA funded Our Town Grant, INPLACE, an Innovative Plan for Leveraging Arts through Community Engagement.
On view in the galleries are videos and presentation boards for all fifteen proposed projects. Featured are the five final projects selected for implementation including interviews with team members and documentation of their progress toward completion.
Project: Shipping Container to Bus Shelter Location: 120 Market Street
Theme: Parking/Mobility Team: Tony Armeni, Ed Macabobby, Daniel Newman
Project: Light the Community Location: 9 West Front Street Theme: Lighting
Team: Angelo LaMarca and 7th Grade Lewis School, Rick Blair, Kaydin Brown, Vito Colella, Grace Cummings, Pendleton Evans, Gabby Johnson, Pat Kelly, AJ Morris, Katie Murray, Elion Oliver, Ian Scheetz
Project: Mahoning Avenue Archway Location: 604 Mahoning Avenue Theme: Lighting
Team: David Tamulonis, Eric Carlson, Ian Beniston
Project: Solar Screen Location: 107 Vindicator Square Theme: Technology
Team: Brian Peters, Daphne Peters, Missy McCormick
Project: The Wedge at Hazel Hill Location: 151 W. Wood Street Theme: Green Infrastructure Team: Annissa Neider, Courtney Boyle, Joshua Boyle, Sarah DelliQuadri, Gabriella Gessler, Tyler Miller Gordon, Andrew Boyle, Katy Collins, Michael Pontikos, Stephanie Weigel, Austin J. Hilt, Leigh A. Greene, Julius Oliver, Brendan Boyle
The National Endowment for the Arts is an independent federal agency that funds, promotes, and strengthens the creative capacity of our communities by providing all Americans with diverse opportunities for arts participation.
FUNDERS: The National Endowment for the Arts, The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, Youngstown Live, The Raymond John Wean Foundation, The Youngstown Foundation, The College of Creative Arts and Communication and the McDonough Museum of Art.
PARTNERS: The City of You, YSU’s Regional Economic Development Initiative, Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Kent State University and WYSU 88.5.