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Chad Swiatecki is a 20-year journalist who relocated to Austin from his home state of Michigan in 2008. He most enjoys covering the intersection of arts, business and local/state politics. He has written for Rolling Stone, Spin, New York Daily News, Texas Monthly, Austin American-Statesman and many other regional and national outlets.
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Trail conservancy to talk public art
The Trail Conservancy is hosting A Sense of Place, a public art conversation, from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday at the Seaholm Waterfront Intake Building on West Cesar Chavez Street. The event will focus on how art in public places such as business districts, streetscapes, parks and trails can shape and impact the environment. A keynote address from Nate Cormier, landscape architect with RIOS, will begin the event, followed by a case study and facilitated discussion and ending with a panel talk about the importance of creating a sense of place in Austin’s growing landscape. Tickets and complete info are available here.
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