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DC | BreakfastTable with Karyn Miller + Tour of “Social Spaces” Public Art Project
October 8, 2021 | 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Join ArtTable’s DC Chapter for October’s BreakfastTable with Karyn Miller, Director of Planning, Art, and Activation at Golden Triangle Business Improvement District. We will meet at Compass Coffee (849 18th St NW) where you can purchase coffee/breakfast, and then at 8:15 am we will walk one block for a tour of Social Spaces, three outdoor public art activations featuring “Meridian” by artist Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, and “Common Ground” by artist Risa Puno, and “Circula” by design team Studio Rygalik.
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- Masks are optional at Compass Coffee for fully vaccinated individuals. It is strongly encouraged that all attendees wear a mask regardless of vaccination status when in close proximity to others who are not in your immediate household.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require accessibility information for this program.
- The nearest public transportation is Farragut West Metro Station. Street parking and parking lots are available.
About Karyn Miller
Karyn Miller serves as the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District’s (BID) Director of Planning, Art, and Activation. She leads the BID’s urban planning, creative place-keeping, public art, and design projects in DC’s central business district. Karyn previously served as Arlington Art Center’s Curator and Director of Exhibitions, conceiving of and delivering a year-round exhibition schedule and public art program. Prior to that, Karyn spent more than a decade building relationships with the region’s artists and arts community at CulturalDC and at ConnerSmith Gallery. Karyn graduated from The Catholic University of America with a BA in Art History. She later received a MA in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University. She has served as a lecturer at The Catholic University of America and as an adjunct professor at George Mason University.
About Social Spaces
Social Spaces is a community-focused initiative to bring people together in a safe and distanced manner along Pennsylvania Avenue west of the White House. These temporary public space activations transform the vast, sprawling avenue by creating more intimate, human-scaled places in the form of three public art installations. Social Spaces creates dialogue and celebrates cultures through intentionally designed gathering spaces. Learn more here!
Thank you to Alison Nance, Co-Chair of ArtTable’s Washington DC Chapter, for organizing this program.
- Karyn Miller, courtesy of the speaker
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