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Artist Survival Kit (ASK) Workshop: Transforming Your Career with a Public...

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431 W. Main, Suite B

EMBARK Large Conference Room

Oklahoma City, OK 73102

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Transforming Your Career with a Public Art Practice

  • Overview of public opportunities and Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs’ role

  • Where to find out about Public Art project announcements

  • Online Registration and Submissions

  • How does the selection process work and best practices for success

About the Presenters

ROBBIE KIENZLE, ARTS LIAISON & PROGRAM PLANNER
OFFICE OF ARTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS
CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY PLANNING DEPARTMENT
As Arts & Cultural Affairs Liaison for the City of Oklahoma City, Kienzle coordinates arts and cultural initiatives to further the City’s economic, tourism and community development priorities. Her post oversees Arts Commission matters and work with all of the departments, trusts and authorities of the City to implement the 1% for Arts ordinance established by the City Council in 2009.

Prior to assuming her new post, she served for four years as Head of the Urban Redevelopment Division within the Planning Department. She has worked for the City for more than 18 years and has more than 28 years of experience connecting arts, architecture and urban redevelopment to support the City’s growth and development.

Ms. Kienzle has previously served as the Director of the Festival of the Arts, Executive Director of the American Institute of Architects, Oklahoma Main Street Manager for the City of Shawnee, and Visual Arts Consultant for the MAPS Library, Ballpark and Canal projects. Kienzle has been a guest presenter and lecturer at local universities, and various public meetings and conferences. She is also a Planning Commissioner for the City of Shawnee in Oklahoma.

RANDY L MARKS, ASSOCIATE PLANNER
OFFICE OF ARTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS
CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Randy Marks is an associate planner in the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs where he manages the 1% for Art projects for the City. Previously he owned Groundwork, a design/build firm specializing in ecological landscape design and placemaking. For most of his career he was a professional artist working in mixed media sculpture and lighting design.


Registration will be $15 for OVAC Members and $20 for non-members. Space will be limited, we encourage you to buy your ticket to reserve a spot!

Email jarica@ovac-ok.org with any questions, and for the OVAC Member discount code.

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