Coral Springs, FL – Kate Gilmore, artist and Guggenheim Fellow will be at the Coral Springs Museum of Art to meet with community members and media for a discussion about her work which is one of the five public art installations being presented in Coral Springs and Parkland as part of a series, “Inspiring Community Healing After Gun Violence: The Power of Art.” Gilmore will talk about her large-scale interactive public art installation and performance that will take place with community performers at the Art Walk in Coral Springs, November 8-10. This piece invites the community to gather and be together in a restorative and supportive environment.
In 2018, Bloomberg Philanthropies selected City of Coral Springs, in partnership with the City of Parkland, as a winner of its Public Art Challenge. Coral Springs will receive $1 million from the foundation. The project seeks to bring the community together in collective healing and reflection following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) shooting in February of 2018.
WHO: Artist, Kate Gilmore & Julia Andrews, Executive Director of Coral Springs Museum of Art
WHAT: Speaking about The Yellow Walk, a temporary public art performance being presented as part of The Power of Art.
WHEN: Tuesday, November 5th at 6:30pm
There will be limited opportunity for interviews with artist Kate Gilmore and project participants about the program. Media interested in interviewing Kate Gilmore, please contact the media relations office to schedule an interview.
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