Remediate

Monument Lab will expand with a new national fellows program and media platform thanks to a two-year grant from the Surdna Foundation. Through Remediate, our plan is to support local, ongoing projects around the country that address long term inequities in monument building and engage new creative approaches to public art & history.  We are invested in continuing to work with artists, activists, scholars, data scientists, architects, planners, designers, students, and others who are engaging the monumental landscape in their neighborhoods, cities, and regions. We are partnering with the Slought Foundation in Philadelphia and the Penn SP2 Social Justice and Arts Integration Initiative. New opportunities and projects will rollout beginning Fall 2018.

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