Artist Alan Nakagawa interviews Sara Daleiden in his Los Angeles living room about her MKE<->LAX practice with civic art, facilitation, public space and other forms of land use engagement for his VISITINGS radio show which airs on dublab.
Milwaukee-based Shepherd Express article called The Economic Case for Public Art released today. Business Improvement Districts are investing in art, but what’s the return?
Sara Daleiden is quoted around committing to evaluation of public art from her work with business improvement districts, community development corporations (CDCs), government bodies and other arts partners in Milwaukee and Los Angeles.
1) 2019 Artist-in-Residence for Gathering Art, Stories and Place at Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch: RFQ due October 21 through AWE. Please contact Katie Loughmiller at KMLough…at…milwaukee.gov or John Kowalczyk at john…at…awe-inc.org with any questions.
Artists Working in Education, Inc. in collaboration with Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch as a part of the Gathering Art, Stories and Place NEA Our Town grant, is seeking an artist-in-residence to work collaboratively with teens, community members, and neighborhood experts to create two temporary public art installations and one permanent public art installation throughout 2019 that directly engages and benefits the Historic Mitchell Street Neighborhood.
2) MARNsalon with Nate Pyper: I believe the application is still open today and if you can’t make that deadline, please feel free to reach out to program coordinator Monica Miller directly as she may still be willing to consider your practice for critique or a roundtable next week. Monica’s email is monicajoymiller…at…gmail.com.
On Behalf of the Milwaukee Downtown Placemaking Task Force:On Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 12:00 PM (CST), Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 released a public Request for Qualifications for a new public art project located in the Jefferson Street Tunnel underneath the I-794 overpass. The project will enliven a key pedestrian connection between the Central Business District and Historic Third Ward. To view the full RFQ, please click here.The deadline for submissions to this Request for Qualifications is Friday, June 15, 2018 and must be emailed to Gabriel Yeager at email@example.com by 5:00 PM (CST).All questions related to this RFQ must be directed to Gabriel Yeager at firstname.lastname@example.org and submitted by Friday, June 8, 2018 at 5:00 PM CST.Thank you for your interest in Milwaukee’s growing street art scene! We are excited to review your submission to this RFQ.Sincerely,Gabriel YeagerMILWAUKEE DOWNTOWNDowntown Environment Specialist600 East Wells StreetMilwaukee, WI 53202p: 414.220.4700 | f: 414.220.4710
Sara Daleiden of MKE<->LAX shared about the Beerline Trail Project in Milwaukee as part of this ASLA-MN session:
Session Spotlight: Practicing Your Beliefs: Engagement as a Core Value
Moderated by Regina M Flanagan with Sara Daleiden, Seitu Jones, and Stephanie Glaros
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA-MN)
2018 Education Conference
Engaged Communities, Engaged Design
Friday, April 20, 2018
105 N 1st Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Maryam Hosseinzadeh (LAX), Lewis Lee (MKE) and MKE<->LAX whipped up this “pop-up” screening for Portals in Los Angeles and Milwaukee. We are screening the short version of the Civic Art: Four Stories from South Los Angeles documentary made by Mark Escribano and Sara Daleiden. Sara Daleiden will be present at Mercado to discuss the film.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Mercado La Paloma
3655 S Grand Avenue (Portal is outside near Grand Avenue)
Join Us For The Third Community Workshop For The Moving Milwaukee Forward StudyHillside Terrace, Resource Center 1452 North 7th Street Milwaukee, WI 53207 January 31, 2018 6:00-8:00 pm
There will be a brief presentation at the beginning of the meeting, followed by an opportunity to talk with the study team and other residents in small groups about preliminary design ideas.
The proposed, future King Drive/ Bronzeville extension of the Milwaukee Streetcar has the potential to connect people to jobs, attract new businesses, bring new housing options, and improve public open spaces. The City of Milwaukee and the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District are planning for how to ensure residents and business benefit from the potential changes that improved transit could bring to the neighborhood. The only way to make this study successful is to hear from residents. Please attend and bring a neighbor!
Please attend and tell us:
Where transit oriented development should occur and what it should look like
What housing options residents need in their neighborhood
How to make the neighborhood better for walking
This meeting is the third of several community workshops planned. Additional details about the event and the project are on the attached flyer.
A light dinner will be served. We appreciate your time in helping shape the future of your neighborhood.
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for this event should contact the City of Milwaukee ADA Coordinator at (414) 286-3475 or ADACoordinator@milwaukee.gov as least 72 hours beforehand.
Lake Effect’s Maayan Silver interviews Sara Daleiden, producer of the documentary “Civic Art: Four Stories from South Los Angeles,” and Stacy Williams-Ng, muralist with Wallpapered City and program director for Black Cat Alley on Milwaukee’s East Side.
Sara Daleiden’s first feature documentary with MKE<->LAX collaborators, which we are thrilled is premiering at the Milwaukee Film Festival! Please join us this Sunday for a screening with Q&A and related panel…
commissioned by the Los Angeles County Art Commission
2155 North Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202