This is a 10 minute talk on Public Art Practice, presented by the Kenneth Rainin Foundation as part of the Open Spaces Program.

Alison Pebworth is a San Francisco based artist whose work focuses on long-range projects that combine painting, installation and social interaction. She is the recipient of awards from The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, The Center for Cultural Innovation, The McEvoy Foundation,GEN ART, and the Present Group. Selected residencies include MacDowell Colony (NH), The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art (NE), Recology SF (CA), Ucross Foundation (WY), Wurlitzer Foundation (NM), and Space (Victoria BC). She has exhibited at Southern Exposure, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the DeYoung Museum, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, The Oakland Museum of California and The New Children’s Museum in San Diego. She has toured her work to numerous venues across North America including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit; The Salt Lake Art Center, Utah; and Vivo Media Arts Centre, Vancouver, BC.