Friday, March 8, 2013

Building Community Through Public Art: Peter Krsko

What is the importance of public at in developing healthy and vibrant communities? Join a discussion exploring this issue during a presentation, which will showcase innovative public art projects from the DC area and around the globe. Led by artist, educator, and biophysicist, Peter Krsko, a memeber of Albus Cavas, this dialogue will offer interdisciplinary insights into complex dynamics of modern cities and how creative resources empower their residents.

Event takes place on March 13, 2013
at 7:00 PM
on the 1st Floor of Pyramid Atlantic

Peter Krsko is a DC-based artist and the executive director of Albus Cavus, a non-profit collective of artists, educators and visionaries who use art, science and technology to improve public spaces with a goal to build healthy communities. Trained as a scientist, Peter is interested in interactions and dynamics within biological systems and recognizes the similarities between robust urban communities and natural ecosystems. Peter holds a Masters degree in Applied Physics and a PhD in Biophysics and Material Science from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Learn more about Peter Krsko or Albus Cavus here.

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