Vision / Voice / Plan: Salina asked what the community of Salina should be in the next 25, 50, or 100 years. Artist Robert Bubp, in a series of workshops with citizens, facilitated an artistic conversation via collage, text, photographs and dialogue on a series of “planning” topics that included: cultural amenities, housing, schools, homeless shelters, green spaces, and community centers. Bubp’s interpretation was a mixed-media installation incorporating the community’s and artist’s drawings, text, constructions, and video. Visitors added to the dialogue through a blog and drawing station where they added their own ideas and visions.
Organized by the Salina Art Center. This exhibition was made possible in part by a grant from the U.S.Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Horizons Grants Program of the Salina Arts & Humanities Commission, City of Salina.
Robert Bubp City Limits North_9th & I70, 2009 pencil over laserprint on paper 42 x 70 inches Courtesy of the artist
VISION / VOICE / PLAN: SALINA ROBERT BUBP
March 6 through May 17, 2009