Artist Talk: Julia Weist's "Public Record"
This month, experience how visual artist Julia Weist utilized the collections of the Municipal Archives to create "Public Record" - a photographic series that explores the government’s relationship with artists over the last century. Weist will explain how Public Record developed from a research-based project drawing on the city's collections to a public artwork sited within the Archive itself.
Venue: Zoom Event
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