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Marc Pally

The City of Santa Clarita invites community artists to a free “Public Art 101” Art Talk featuring art industry veteran Marc Pally, who will share valuable information about the process of public art and how artists can get involved based on his decades of experience in the field of public art.  The Art Talk will take place on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. in the Century Room at Santa Clarita City Hall, located at 23920 Valencia Blvd.  No RSVP is necessary for this special event.

“Art Talk is a great way for local artists and arts organizations to learn about the process of public art in communities across the country from an industry veteran and expert,” said Mayor Frank Ferry.

Pally is an artist and curator/ administrator specializing in public art.  After receiving an MFA from California Institute of the Arts, Pally pursued a career as an artist and as an administrator/ planner/ curator. Pally’s artwork can be found in the permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Orange County Museum of Art and the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art among others.

Pally taught studio art for many years at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, served as the Director of LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) and was City Planner for Public Art at the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles.  The latter position began Pally’s career in the field of public art, where he has become a nationally recognized leader for the development and management of public art projects, primarily in the private sector.  Pally serves as artistic director of Glow, a biannual dusk and beyond art event on the beach in Santa Monica, California.

Public Art 101 is part of the New Heights professional artist development series, presented by the City of Santa Clarita City Council and Arts Commission.  The series includes workshops, tours, lectures, and panel discussions that focus on performing and visual arts designed to expand local artist’s skill levels and knowledge in various fields.

For more information about the New Heights series or the “Public Art 101” Art Talk on August 15, please contact City Arts and Events Supervisor, Jeff Barber at (661) 250-3779 or jbarber@santa-clarita.com.

 

MARC PALLY
PUBLIC ART EXPERIENCE

PUBLIC ART PROJECTS – Planning, Curatorial and Management Services
GLOW, Artistic Director (2006 ongoing)
City of Santa Monica, CA
Public Art Network 2010 Year in Review Citation for Visionary Leadership
LONG BEACH COURT BUILDING (2011)
Long Beach, CA
SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT (2008-11)
Culver City, CA
MIDTOWN CROSSING (2006-11)
CIM Group, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
SUNSET TIME HOTEL (2007-11)
Combined Properties, West Hollywood, CA
LOS CERRITOS CENTER (2008-09)
Macerich, Cerritos, CA
THE LOT (2007-2008)
CIM Group, Inc, West Hollywood, CA
BREA MARKETPLACE (2007-2009)
Regency Centers, Brea, CA
WHOLE FOODS, (2005-08)
Bellevue Ventures LLC, Pasadena, CA
SANTA MONICA PLACE (2007-2009)
Macerich, Santa Monica, CA
THE MONTANA (2005-07)
MS Property Company, Pasadena, CA
Public Art Network 2008 Year in Review Citation – artwork by Gwynn Murrill
PASADENA CENTER (2005-08)
Pasadena Center Operating Company Pasadena, CA
HANCOCK MIXED-USE (2005-08)
CIM Group, Inc, West Hollywood, CA
THE DALTON (2004-08)
Champion Development Company, Pasadena, CA
THE ALHAMBRA, (2006)
The Ratkovich Company, Alhambra, CA
CENTRE STREET LOFTS (2004-07)
Mixed-use development; CIM Group/Lee Homes, San Pedro, CA
Public Art Network 2007 Year in Review Citation – artwork by Christian Moeller
THE MARKET AT NINTH AND FLOWER (2003-07)
Mixed-use development; CIM Group, Los Angeles
THE STRAND (2004-08)
Mixed-use development; CIM Group, Huntington Beach, CA
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (2002-06)
District 11 Headquarters, San Diego
SUNSET + VINE, LLC (2000-06)
Mixed-use development; BlackRock Properties; Hollywood, California
Public Art Network 2006 Year in Review Citation – artwork by Steve Appleton
CITY OF SANTA MONICA, (2001 – 2005)
Fresh Art (annual temporary public art projects in Clover Park)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (2003-05)
District 7 Headquarters, Los Angeles
Public Art Network 2006 Year in Review Citation – artwork by Renee Green
SPORTS AND EXHIBITION AUTHORITY* (1998-05)
David L. Lawrence Convention Center; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Public Art Network 2005 Year in Review Citation – artwork by Jenny Holzer
Public Art Network 2006 Year in Review Citation – artwork by Tony Tasset
CITY HALL PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE (2004)
Pedestrian bridge, Las Vegas, NV.
CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH (2002)
Improvements for South Beach
GOLDEN SPRINGS BUSINESS CENTER, (1998-2004)
Industrial business center; Santa Fe Springs, California.
SAN DIEGO DEPARTMENT OF WATER, (1999-2001)
Artist member of design team for new headquarter facility.
CITY OF BURBANK, CALIFORNIA (1998-2002)
Waste water treatment plant.
GK DEVELOPMENT (1999-2001)
Beverly Hills, California.
BIRCH STREET PROMENADE (1999-2000)
CIM Group, Brea, California
Architectural League of Orange County, Best Public Art of 2000 – art by Meg Cranston
SAN FRANCISCO CIVIC CENTER COMPLEX (1997-99)
Public art and collection program, California Supreme Court, San Francisco
CITY OF BURBANK, CALIFORNIA (1996-2000)
Stough Nature Center.
CITY OF ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA (1998-1999)
Veterans’ Memorial
METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (MTA) (1996)
Curate art collection in Gateway Transit Center Headquarters.
CITY OF ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA (1991 – 1996)
Honda Center
Architectural League of Orange County Best Public Art of 1996 – artists: Michael Davis, Nam
June Paik, Ann Preston, Richard Turner
ANAHEIM REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY and THE KOLL COMPANY (1990 – 1993)
Koll Anaheim Center
Architectural League of Orange County Best Public Art of 1994 – artists: Daniel Martinez, Nobi
Nagaswa, Buster Simpson
*with Carol Goldstein
PUBLIC ART PLANNING
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY/ABU DHABI CAMPUS (2008 – 2009)
Integration of art in master plan for new NYU campus
CITY OF PLEASANTON,* CALIFORNIA (2006)
Downtown Public Art Masterplan
PUBLIC CORPORATION FOR THE ARTS (2004)
Strategic planning retreat for public art program in Long Beach, CA
CITY OF LAS VEGAS*, NEVADA (2002)
Public art plan for Lewis Street Corridor
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE (2001)
Public art plan for Boone Sculpture Garden
CITY OF NEWARK*, CALIFORNIA (2000-01)
Public art plan
CITY OF PITTSBURGH*, PENNSYLVANIA (1998)
Neighborhood Public Art Plan and Public Art Administrative Guidelines.
ALAMEDA COUNTY*, CALIFORNIA (1997)
Highland Hospital Public Art Plan.
CITY OF LAS VEGAS*, NEVADA (1997)
Public Art Framework for Las Vegas.
CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH*, CALIFORNIA (1997)
Planning strategies for Newport Beach Arts Commission
CITY OF PITTSBURGH,* PENNSYLVANIA (1996)
Consultation with Planning Department.
HNTB and PORT OF OAKLAND* (1995-1996)
Public art plan for Oakland Metropolitan International Airport, Oakland, California.
CITY OF BUENAVENTURA*, VENTURA, CALIFORNIA (1995-1996)
Public art plan for Ventura
CITY OF OAKLAND* (1993 – 1994)
Public art plan for the Oakland Zoo/Knowland Park
CITY OF RENO* (1993)
Downtown arts district planning, feasibility and needs assessment
PUBLIC CORPORATION OF THE ARTS, LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA (1993-1994)
Consulting team member for cultural masterplan and co-author of public art plan
HOWARD HUGHES PROPERTIES (1991 – 1992, 1994 – 1995)
Public art plan and acquisitions consulting for Howard Hughes Center
STAFF POSITIONS
COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES
(Arts Planner April 1986 – September 1987, Arts Consultant January 1985 – March 1986)
CALIFORNIA/INTERNATIONAL ARTS FOUNDATION
Program Coordinator (1983 – 1984)
LACE (LOS ANGELES CONTEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS)
Director (1980 – 1983, Gallery Manager December 1978 – 1980)
SERVICE TO THE FIELD
Mayor’s Advisory Committee on Art and Design, Los Angeles, 2008-2011
Advisory Board Member, LAX-ART, 2009-2010
Conference Chair, Public Art Network/Americans for the Arts, Las Vegas, 2007
PAN, Public Art Network Council (Americans for the Arts), 2001 – 2007
Board of Trustees, Santa Monica Museum of Art, 1997 –2002, Vice President 1998 – 2002
National Endowment for the Arts, Consultant and Panelist (1981 – 1990)
Board of Directors, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, LACE, 1991 – 1993
PARTI, Public Art: Realities, Theories and Issues Member, organizing committee for public art
conference, 1994.
Public Art in America, Member of the national organizing committee, 1987
Member, Executive Committee, Los Angeles Task Force on the Arts, 1987-89
JURIES AND GRANTS PANEL
City Austin, Texas, Austin Central Library, 2011
City of San Jose, CA, Airport Expansion Project, 2007, 2008
Architecture Foundation of Orange Co, Art in Public Places Award, 1996, 1998-2000, 2003, 2006
City of Santa Monica, California, Transit Mall Expansion, 2004
City of Ojai, California, Arcade Plaza Public Art Project, 2001
City of San Buenaventura, California, Ventura Harbor Wetlands Project, 2001
City of Santa Monica, Department of Transportation Bus Terminal Project, 2000
West Hollywood Arts Council, 1997
Public Corporation for the Arts, Long Beach, CA, 1995, 1996
Santa Monica Arts Commission, 1995
Reno Redevelopment Agency, 1995
San Francisco Arts Commission, SF International Airport Terminal Expansion 1994
Santa Barbara Arts Commission, 1992
San Diego Parks and Recreation, East Bluff Balboa Park, 1991
Cultural Affairs Dept., L.A., Newton Police Station, (facilitator) 1991
United States Information Agency, International Residency Program, 1991
Cultural Affairs Dept., L.A., Visual Arts Grants, 1990
Mid-America Arts Alliance/NEA Fellowship Awards, 1990
City of Santa Fe Springs, CA, slide registry for public art (facilitator),1990
Pasadena Police Building Art in Public Places, 1989
Los Angeles County Transportation Commission, Art on Rail Transit, 1989
NEA /Art in Public Buildings Selection Panel, Long Beach Fed Bldg., 1988-89,
Eureka Fellowships, San Francisco, 1986
NEA Artists’ Organization Grants, 1982-84
LOS Angeles Bicentennial Committee Visual Arts Awards, 1980
OTHER PANELS
“Museums, Not Just for Tourists”, moderator, Town Hall, Los Angeles, 2010
“Metropolis: Art and the City”, moderator and speaker, Biola University, 2010
“Public Art and Private Development”, Americans for the Arts, Seattle, 2009
“Interactivity in Public Art”, Americans for the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 2008
“Public Art and Civic Space”, American Planning Association, 2008
“Public Art 360”, symposium, Chapel Hill, NC, 2008s
“Mirror Mirror: The Art of Surveillance”, American for the Arts Conference, 2008
Ventura, California, Creating Connections, 2004
County of Los Angeles, Arts Tune Up, 2004
“On the Beaten Track”, respondent to lecture by Lucy Lippard, Las Vegas Arts Commission, 1999
Pomona Arts Commission, 1998
“Los Angeles Art Boom,” Artists Talk on Art, New York, NY 1996
“Art in Public Places and the Artist,” Arts Orange County, 1996
“Public Art: A Public Vision,” moderator, A.I.A., Orange County, CA, 1995
“Community Cultural Planning,” Arts Orange County, Anaheim, CA, 1995
“In-Time:Festivals and Temporary Programming,” moderator, PARTI, 1994
“The Project Team,” California Lawyers for the Arts, 1992
“Can You Fax Me a Copy of Your Ordinance,” Public Art and CityBuilding, Phoenix, 1992
“Environmental Space,” Remaking Los Angeles Meets City Hall, U.S.C., 1990
“In Situ: The Dynamics of Public Art in So. Calif.,” Cal State Long Beach, 1990
“Art in Chaos: The Political Struggle,” L.A. Theater Center, 1990
“Nuts and Bolts of Arts Advocacy,” Barnsdall Park, 1989
“CRA Case Study,” Moderator, Public Art America ’87, Philadelphia, 1987
“Los Angeles 1987 International Art Center?” UCLA Symposium, 1987
“Public Art,” Beverly Hills Barristers Visual Arts Symposium, 1987
“Regional Public Art Programs,” San Francisco Arts Commission Symposium, 1986
“Public Art,” Los Angeles Artable, 1985
“Public Art,” MacArthur Park Public Art Project, 1985
“The New Art Space,” International Sculpture Conference, Oakland, CA , 1982
SPEAKER
“Public Art Today”, Pasadena Art Alliance, 2007
“Introduction to Public Art”, Ventura Arts Commission, Ventura, CA, 2006
“Public Art and Private Development: Understanding the Possibilities”, Metropolitan Public Arts
Coalition, Atlanta, GA, 2005
“Recent Developments in Public Art & Private Development”, US Urban Arts Federation, 2005
“White Water Rafting and the Quest for Success: Strategies for Great Public Art”, Americans for
the Arts & Public Art Conference, 2003
“Public Art Master Planning”, Americans for the Arts Public Art 2002, with Nancy Deaner
“Marc Pally”, Orange County Museum of Art, 2000
“Public Art,” Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA, 1996
“Musings on Africa,” Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1995
“Terry Winters,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1991
“Shift,” Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1991
“The Arts in Los Angeles,” Projects’ Council, Museum of Contemporary Art, 1989
“Public Art in Downtown Los Angeles,” Nevada State Arts Council, 1988
Las Vegas Arts Commission, 1988
Santa Barbara Arts Commission, 1986
TEACHING
Art Center College of Design,, 1981- 1998
U.S.C., Public Art Studies, 1989, 1993 – 97
Otis Art Institute, 1989-1990, 1994, 1996
Claremont Graduate School, 1993,
U.C.L.A., 1989
OTHER
Curator’s Grant, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, 2009
Contributing Reporter, KUSC Radio, 2009 – ongoing
Juror, 17th Annual Juried Exhibition” Korean Cultural Center, 2009
Co-curator, w/ Sara Cochlan, “16th Annual Juried Exhibition”, Korean Cultural Center, 2008
Panelist, “The Incredible Being of Lightness”, KCRW 2007
Co-author, with Janet Kagan ”Making the Public Art Selection Process Artist Friendly”, Sculpture,
Jan 2007
Author, “Public Art: A Volatile Planning Environment,” NEA website organized by Bay
Consulting, 1998
Curator, “The Bean Show,” Dirt Gallery, Los Angeles, 1998
Art Matters Fellowship, 1996
California Arts Council Fellowship, 1994
Author, “Finding a Place for Collaboration,” PLACES,” Winter 1991
Author and curator, Mid-Western Biennial, Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, 1991
Author, “Conceiving a Courtyard,” PLACES, Spring 1990
Co-curator, with Joy Silverman, “Re:Placement,” LACE, 1988
Author and curator, w/ Linda Shearer, “LA-NY Exchange,” LACE and Artists Space, NY, 1983
Author, “The Demise of the Artist Myth,” Spectacle, Fall 1984
Los Angeles Mayor’s Commendation, 1983
EDUCATION
B.A., Antioch College,, Yellow Springs, Ohio
M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California

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