Collaborative Art, Public History, and Neighborhoods in Transition

Below, revisit our evening with Rick Lowe (Project Row Houses, Austin, TX); Kyong Park (Fugitive House, Detroit, MI); and the women of Transformazium (Braddock, PA) as we discussed contemporary artists’ roles in creative neighborhood redevelopment. Continued thanks to our gracious hosts, Richard Purdie and his staff at the Mantua Haverford Community Center, 39th and Mount Vernon Sts.

Transformazium Row

Graphic courtesy of Transformazium

Creative Neighborhood Redevelopment Panel, March 13, 2014