Join Art Omi for a panel about “open works.” The panel will explore architectural works and installations that are dynamic and not static. Rather than a single integration, open works depend on interaction with the participant and they transform accordingly.
Nina Cooke John, AIA, NOMA, Founder and Principal, Studio Cooke John
Hana Kassem, AIA, NOMA LEED AP, Principal, KPF
Suchi Reddy, Founder of Reddymade
Spencer Topel, Artist
Julia van den Hout, Architecture Curator and Residency Program Director, Art Omi
About Art Omi
Art Omi believes that exposure to internationally diverse creative voices fosters acceptance and respect, raises awareness, inspires innovation, and ignites change. By forming community with creative expression as its common denominator, Art Omi creates a sanctuary for the artistic community and the public to affirm the transformative quality of art. Art Omi is a not-for-profit arts center with a 120-acre sculpture and architecture park and gallery in the Hudson Valley, residency programs for international architects, artists, dancers, musicians, and writers and translators. Art Omi presents the works of contemporary artists and architects, and offers a range of large-scale works in nature, plus a 1,500-square-foot gallery. The Sculpture & Architecture Park currently offers more than 60 works by artists and architects on view, with pieces added or exchanged each year. Art Omi welcomes the public to its events and grounds free of charge, and is open daily.
This event is offered in person; COVID-19 vaccinations and face masks are strongly encouraged for all visitors. Read our full Health and Safety Protocol here.
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