Public Art Inside Out Symposium

Posted on Thu, 04/18/2024 - 18:46


Milan and Online

Date and time


Public art is a reflection of our cultures with diverse meanings for the communities that interact with it. In all its forms, public art provokes reactions from the public. Conserving it is a complex process that involves different actors, with local communities playing a significant role in creating, assigning values, advocating for what needs to be preserved and, in some cases, conserving what is valued. Also important is the relationship between public art and museums.

"Public Art Inside and Out", which will take place in a hybrid form, aims to include a wide variety of professionals to exchange ideas-from practitioners to researchers and academics, artists, art historians, curators, conservators, architects, city planners, policy makers, collectors, benefactors and institutions procuring public art.

Papers will be presented in a dynamic format based on short presentations and panel discussions to allow maximum exchange of ideas between the speakers and the audience.

Symposium Language
The symposium will be held in English.

Registration (Online or In-person)
Registration is now open and available via the online form on the conference website.

In Person Attendee: $150 USD.
Student Attendee: $75 USD
Online Attendee: $50 USD

Questions? Contact


MUDEC and Getty Conservation Institute


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