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Conversations in the Rust Belt
Conversations in the Rust Belt
Conversations in the Rust Belt


Conversations in the Rustbelt

Brownfields into Greenways: an exhibition by the Nine Mile Run Project Group

Jan. 20 - Mar. 3, 2000

Public Programs

Jan. 20, Thurs. 6-9pm: Reception

Feb. 29, Tues.
6:30pm: "Hybrid Art Forms: The STUDIO for Creative Inquiry and Art Today"
Discussion moderated by Robert Atkins, Microsoft Fellow @ Miller Gallery

About the Exhibition

The Nine Mile Run Greenway Project is an interdisciplinary research team directed by artists. They brought together engineers, scientists, historians and others to create a civic dialogue about public space in the context of an urban brownfield. The team conducted ecological studies and created diverse alternative art works, such as a construction trailer as a site of public expression, a pirate citizens radio station, a web site as a tool for civic dialogue, post-modern interpretive re-carthography, and policy analysis as if people and places mattered.