Join us for an improvised, collectively led New Public Sites walking tour of the invisible sites and overlooked features around the Maryland Historical Society. The 45 minute long excursion be a truly collaborative drift during which together we will explore nearby alleys while sharing with each other place-based histories and creative, pedestrian interpretations. Along the way, we will collect Shards of Site; which… Read more »
- Title / Position: Public Artist, Adjunct Art Professor
- Organization: New Public Sites
- Website: grahamprojects.com
- Twitter: @grahamprojects
After being born-on-the-island in Galveston, Texas, I took grew up in the suburbs of Tampa, Florida, lived among my creole cousins in New Orleans while studying at Tulane School of Architecture and later finished my BA at New College of Florida in Sarasota where I focused on sociology, urban planning and art. After undergrad I lived in Brooklyn, NY where I helped organize interventionist art parades before eventually moving down to Baltimore for graduate school in 2008. In 2010 I completed my MFA at MICA. I explore the constructs and contradictions of the everyday built environment through videos, maps, paths, words and walking tours.