Problem Solving in the Public Art Field: Lessons Learned from Airport Art Programs

Come away from this webinar with new marketing strategies, programming for virtual audiences, and ideas for online exhibitions.


Public art programs in airports quickly pivoted to stay afloat despite the challenges of 2020. 

Airport art programs around the country were shaken by the global pandemic. Traffic came to a halt, revenue dropped, audiences vanished, budgets were cut, and non-essential staff were forced offsite.

This webinar presented by Artwork Archive shares creative problem-solving strategies from airport art programs that can be easily implemented in your own public art program.

Panelists include Ben Owen of Arts@MSP at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Christopher Chalupsky of the San Diego International Airport Arts Program.


You'll come away from this 30-minute webinar with tools and knowledge to:

• Bring your art collection and exhibitions online

• Develop new marketing tactics

• Program performance art for virtual audiences

• Continue to share out your artworks, artists & programming

• And, keep all projects on track by collaborating remotely with your teammates


You can learn more on Artwork Archive's Public Art page.

View the webinar transcript here:


Webinar cover image is of 122 Conversations: Person to Person, Art Beyond Borders by Anne Labovitz. Image credit: Arts@MSP
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