The Athens-Clarke County Arts Division and the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission will be hosting an artist talk featuring visiting artist, Eric Leshinsky at the Lyndon House Art Center, Wednesday December 7th from 6-7pm. He will discuss his new public artwork along Clayton Street titled Frequency. Frequency is a three-dimensional, 14-piece installation, running from Thomas Street to Lumpkin Street as part of the East Clayton Street Improvements Project (funded by TSPLOST 2018), scheduled to be installed the week of December 5th and dedicated on December 8th at 11:00 am at College Square Plaza.

Eric Leshinsky is a multidisciplinary designer, artist, and planner, based in Annapolis, MD. His work is grounded in a rigorous place-based approach that responds to local social and ecological dynamics. As an artist who is also trained as an architect and planner, his work aims to inform perspectives and policy toward environmental concerns, urban development, and infrastructure. In addition to working independently, Eric also serves as the Chief of Comprehensive Planning for the City of Annapolis, MD. 

For questions, please email Public Art Coordinator, Tatiana Veneruso at tatiana.veneruso@accgov.com

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