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Join Green Public Art Consultancy for the 2013 Women In Green Forum (WIGF), the premier network and conference series for women in the environmental industry. This year, the forum will expand to both coasts of the U.S with events in Los Angeles, California, and Washington, D.C. The WIGF brings together an international audience of environmental leaders ranging from corporate sustainability officers to academic researchers to technology developers. The WIGF also appeals to regulatory agencies involved in developing the policies and legislation which will further the development and propagation of green technologies on our roads, in our homes and at our schools.
WIGF West Coast – August 28, 2013
WIGF East Coast – September 2013
Take advantage of a 10% registration discount by following the instructions below:
Please visit the Women in Green registration page by clicking HERE for WIGF West Coast and HERE for WIGF East Coast When prompted to “ Enter Promotional Code” under the “Ticket Information” section of the registration page, please enter “EndorserGPAC” for your registration discount. We encourage everyone to register as soon as possible. Given the conference has an international reach, it is expected to reach capacity prior to the day of the event.
For more information, go to www.womeningreenforum.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Ansert, founder of Green Public Art, is an art consultant who specializes in artist solicitation, artist selection, and public art project management for both private and public agencies. She is a graduate of the master’s degree program in Public Art Studies at the University of Southern California and has a unique interest in how art can demonstrate green processes or utilize green design theories and techniques in LEED certified buildings.
Green Public Art is a Los Angeles-based consultancy that was founded in 2009 in an effort to advance the conversation of public art’s role in green building. The consultancy specializes in public art project development and management, artist solicitation and selection, creative community involvement and knowledge of LEED building requirements. Green Public Art also works with emerging and mid-career studio artists to demystify the public art process. The consultancy acts as a resource for artists to receive one-on-one consultation before, during, and after applying for a public art project.
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