The University of Auckland, New Zealand, June 30 - July 4, 2015
Deadline: Mar 30, 2015
Call for Papers
Cities in a Climate of Change: Public Art and Environmental and Social Ecologies
The Second International Award for Public Art (IAPA) Exhibition and Conference
The National Institute of Creative Arts & Industries (NICAI), University of Auckland, New Zealand and Shandong University of Art & Design,
People's Republic of China (SUAD) welcome proposals for academic presentations for the Cities in a Climate of Change: Public Art and
Environmental and Social Ecologies conference.
The conference seeks to activate an expanded understanding of public art and urban place-making practices. The organizers intend to provoke
dialogue amongst experts from a broad range of fields including art,performance, architecture, urban planning, design, social science,
public health and climate-change science amongst other disciplines.
Presentations should address the expanded field of public art and place-making urban improvement/ development practices proposed in the
conference theme and respond to one or more of the propositions listed below:
In keeping with a focus on the issues raised by ideas and practices of public art and place-making activities in regard to positive
environmental and social change, the University of Auckland and Shandong University of Art & Design welcome a wide range of presentation modes
These include proposals for:
- Academic papers including conference sessions (20-30 minutes duration)
- Studio activities
- Workshops (of no more than 2 hours duration and accompanied by a clear description of the resources required, including the type of space most
conducive to intended outcomes) Proposals are welcome from individual and group presenters.
Application and Selection Procedure
For further information on the conference and the International Award for Public Art please refer to: http://iapa2015.nz/ Selection of
presentations for the program will be made by a panel, led by the University of Auckland and Shandong University of Art & Design. Both
written papers and workshop / studio presentations will be considered for a peer reviewed publication of selected conference proceedings.