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Recent work in landscape architecture, public art services, writing and fine art photography. ...

Recent work in landscape architecture, public art services, writing and fine art photography.

Artist and landscape architect approaches each new challenge with creativity and dedication. Brings an artist’s perspective as an innovator, and the technical training of a landscape architect, to personal art-making; site design; public engagement and planning; program development; and project management.

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  • February 2013A R T • L A N D S C A P E • D E S I G NRegina M. Flanagan RLA Recent WorkPublic Engagement, Planning,Design GuidelinesProgram Development andProject ManagementSite Design andPlanting DesignWriting Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.comFine Art Photography
  • Design Guidelines Bloomington, Minnesota South Loop Streetscape Master Plan, 2013 Client: City of Bloomington Department of Public Works With Kimley-Horn and Associates, PlanningBloomington Central Station, MN Everyday Poems for City Sidewalk. Saint Paul, MN Jill Sebastian. Madison, WI. Maya Barkai. New York, NY and SRF Consulting Group Public Art CHAPTER Introduction Principles 11 • Team member with transporta- Opportunities tion engineer, urban planner, Public Engagement Categories & Locations Examples landscape architects and Process Maintenance & Care wayfinding/signage designer. • Chapter addressing conceptual Public Art Examples approaches for integrating Events/Activities/Temporary Works public art into streetscape planning and design including Construction Fence Art Outdoor Exhibitions and Events principles, categories and locations. Artist Unknown. Construction fence on State Street, Madison, WI. Wing Young Huie. University Avenue project Terry Evans. Millennium Park Jim Campbell. Northern Spark 2011. • Public art opportunities Christo and Jean Claude. The Gates in 2010, Saint Paul, MN. exhibition. Chicago, IL. Central Park, New York, NY. Saint Paul, MN. illustrated on plans and with photographic examples. • Implementation process and Maya Barkai. Construction fence mural. New York, NY. Wing Young Huie. University Avenue storefronts. Dawn Wagner. Larimer Square recommendations regarding maintenance and care of Chalk Art Festival, Denver, CO. public art. Michael Murname and Andrew Saboe. Northern Spark 2011. Saint Paul, MN. Ladies Fancy Work Society. Crocheted fence. Denver, CO. Figure 11.4 Events/Activities/Temporary Works Examples South Loop District Streetscape Master Plan 83 Public Art Categories and Locations 24th Avenue 34th Avenue Categories Key Primary Arterials District Gateways Sub-Arterials Vehicular/Pedestrian Transition Passages American Boulevard East Green Streets Streetscape Ensemble of Integrated Elements Local Roads (Commercial) Gathering/Multi-Use Spaces 33rd Avenue Residential Streets 28th Avenue South Light Rail Stations Events, Activities, Temporary Works Lindau Lane Lindau Link S ou oad th East 82nd Street e eR mall of america kop ld Sha Ea st O Killebrew Drive District Gateways Vehicular/Pedestrian Streetscape Ensemble of Gathering/Multi-Use Events, Activities, Transition Passages Integrated Elements Spaces Temporary Works Kelly Farm/Spruce Shadows oad eR Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com e 86th Street kop Sha Old Cliff Garten. Avenue of Light, Artist Unknown. United Kingdom. Maya Barkai. Construction fence mural. Houston, TX. Re-construction, a public art program of the Downtown Alliance, New York, NY. Robert Irwin. The Getty Center, Siah Armajani. Minneapolis (MN) Los Angeles, CA. Sculpture Garden. Dawn Wagner. Larimer Square Chalk Art Festival, Denver, CO. Jill Sebastian. State Street, Madison, WI. Artist and location unknown. Figure 11.1 Public Art Opportunities - District Wide Diagram Figure 11.2 District-wide categories. The photography of public art in this section shall not be reproduced without citing the artist, if identified. South Loop District Streetscape Master Plan 81 1
  • Design Guidelines i-94 reHABiLiTATion ProJecT I-94 Rehabilitation Project Michigan Department of Transportation corridor design gUideLines Corridor Design Guidelines June 24, 2010 I-94 REHABILITATION PROJECT Detroit, Michigan DETROIT, MICHIGAN I-94 REHABILITATION PROJECT HNTB Corporation 2010 Client: Michigan Department of Transportation Planning NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR BRIDGE COMMUNITY CONNECTOR BRIDGE FROM CORRIDOR NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR BRIDGE COMMUNITY CONNECTOR AND CORRIDOR SIDE SLOPE NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR BRIDGE RAILROAD BRIDGES WESTBOUND CORRIDOR INTERCHANGE WESTBOUND EXAMPLES OF EXISTING PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES CASS AVENUE WESTBOUND AT WOODWARD AVENUE CONCORD AT HARPER AVENUE SERVICE DRIVE CONDITIONS EASTBOUND AT GRATIOT AVENUE EXIT AT BARRETT STREET RD MT. ELLIOT BOULEVARD ET CONNO BOULEVA E TR • Content author and editor for S T R BIKEW IO AT E. GRAND BOULEVARD GR SECOND STREET CONNOR AY WOODWARD AVENUE 64-page Design Guidelines, I N T E R S TAT E NEW CENTER DISTRICT precedents and illustrations. Public Engagement GRAND RIVER AVENUE TECH TOWN KEY INTERCHANGES I N T E R S TAT E • Design Work – Landscaping, COMMUNITY CONNECTOR BRIDGES NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR Cast-in-place concrete retaining- BRIDGES E. FERRY STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT RAILROAD BRIDGES WAYNE STATE PEDESTRIAN UNIVERSITY BRIDGES CAMPUS SERVICE walls, public art concepts. WOODBRIDGE DRIVES & HISTORIC DISTRICT CULTURAL SIDE SLOPES CENTER HISTORIC DISTRICT NO RT H • Original maps and photographs. NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR BRIDGE CASS AVENUE NW CORNER • Visual communications – HNTB FILE I-94_36x88.indd November 7, 2008 In Design graphic design tem- NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR BRIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTOR BRIDGE EXAMPLE OF SERVICE DRIVE CORRIDOR SIDE SLOPE CONDITIONS EASTBOUND CORRIDOR SIDE SLOPE CONDITIONS EASTBOUND CORRIDOR ABUTMENT CONDITIONS EASTBOUND CORRIDOR SIDE SLOPE CONDITIONS EASTBOUND ROSA PARKS BOULEVARD CASS AVENUE NE CORNER NEAR BEAUBIEN STREET BETWEEN I-75 AND E. GRAND EXITS BETWEEN I-75 AND E. GRAND EXITS AT RAILROAD BRIDGE BETWEEN CONCORD AND FRONTENAC STREETS NOVEMBER 13, 2008 plates and productionSI IofRdisplayR Y& &A A N A Y Y SSI S C O R R D O I NN V E N T O Y TE I VENTOR NALLSI boards, Power Points, and guide- Introduction 4 lines publication. I-94 REHABILITATION PROJECT PUBLIC ART CONCEPTS People Mover tile mural, Farley Tobin Proposal for ceramic tile mural, Bagley Pedestrian Bridge, Hubert Massey, Detroit Site design by Jody Pinto, AZ Three examples (above and right) of Pewabic Tile, Detroit Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com Lighting and seating, Ray King, PA Site design & sculpture by Mykelbust & Sears, MNHNTB FILE I-94_36X44_4-8-10.indd April 2010 Sculptural lighting beacon/ Cast ceramic bench, Anjelica Pozo, OH Mosaic & ironwork bench, Mary Laredo marker, Cliff Garten, CA Herbeck, Detroit No Scale APRIL 21, 2010 C I V I C / N E I G H B O R H O O D Z O N E A LT E R N AT I V E S 9 2 View slide
  • . Design Guidelines I-94 Rehabilitation Project Corridor Design Guidelinesat Detroit, Michigan Fin Neighborhood Bridge Fin Ramp Pier Fin Pier Illustration • Design Work – Constellation Pattern Wall, Mechanically Planninged Stabilized Earth (MSE) or ll fin alternative Cast in Place Concrete retainingce or noise walls. Presently underng construction for seven miles Public Engagemente of freeway corridor.s- Fin Community Bridgeds- Fin Alternative with Constellation Pattern WallVE — FIN FAMILY Elements 11 I-94 REHABILITATION PROJECT – June 24, 2010 Michigan Department of Transportation CORRIDOR DESIGN GUIDELINES June 24, 2010 MSE Panels or Detail – Case in Place Walls Constellation Pattern Constellation Pattern The abstract organic pattern is drawn from celestial imagery. The pattern relates to Transportation Firsts – forward the four themes: momentum and movement. Underground RR – orientation to Modern Music – rhythm and the heavens and the North Star. repetition but also improvisation. Great Lakes – wave-like flow. Overall Layout – Constellation Pattern Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com RETAINING WALL – CONSTELLATION PATTERN Retaining Walls Neighborhood Connector Bridges 17 3 View slide
  • Design Guidelines Blue Water Bridge BLUE WATER BRIDGE June 24, 2009 Aesthetic Design Guide Port Huron, Michigan PORT HURON, MICHIGAN HNTB Corporation 2009 AESTHETIC DESIGN GUIDE Client: Michigan Department of Transportation Planning • Content author, editor and graphic designer for 75-page Design Guide addressing this Public Engagement international border-crossing’s control plaza perimeter walls, freeway bridges, retaining walls and landscaping. • Design Work – MSE walls (5’ x 10’ modules) for 30’ tall retaining wall surrounding control plaza and facing residential neighborhood. • Inspired by the architecture of Lake Huron lighthouses and harbor lights. Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.comCommunity Advisory Group Meeting 10th AVENUE PLAZA ELEVATION –March 19, 2009 MSE Wall Concept 4
  • Design Guidelines Blue Water Bridge Aesthetic Design Guide Port Huron, Michigan • esign Work – Ensemble D of compatible elements Planning including perimeter walls with detailing inspired by Lake Huron lighthousesSculptural Pre-Cast Panel and harbor lights. Public Engagementwith Wave Pattern HANCOCK STREET PLAZA ELEVATIONS – Pre-Cast Concrete Perimeter Wall with Wave Pattern and Transparent Metal Fence Enclosure Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com Community Advisory Group Meeting PINE GROVE OVERPASS ELEVATIONS – March 19, 2009 Bridge Piers with Lighting, Wing Walls, Wave Pattern Railing 5
  • 2004 Central District Primary Business Corridors Milwaukee Public Art & Design Study6 Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com Public Engagement Planning Design Guidelines
  • Design Guidelines Milwaukee Central Business District Public Art & Design Study, 2003–2007 Client: City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works Planning • Led three-person team creating public art overlay to Pedestrian Corridor Study 2002. • Inventory and analysis of three Public Engagement Pedestrian Drama, 2011. streetscape corridors. Demonstration project by artist Janet Zweig; • Original maps from GIS. kiosks with flip-card Documentary photography. motion pictures attached • Manage city staff working group to five light standards on and business advisory commit- East Wisconsin Avenue at tee; led art committee and artistPublic Ar t & Design Project Major Transition Point 5 on PUBLIC ART AND selection process. map below. U R B A N D E S I G N OV E R L AYC I T Y O F M I L W A U K E E , W I S C O N S I N • Demonstation project definition and implementation. • Media relations. Proposed Park East Development Site 3 7 18 16 19 17 20 23 21 2 24 26 11 13 15 14 27 25 22 5 6 12 9 7 8 12 10 6 8 5 1 2 3 4 9 10 11 1 Key to Building Use and Urban Functions Zeidler Union Square Park 1 Public Art Commercial/Retail/Office Major Transition Proposed Greenspace Points Pedestrian Corridors Office Minor Transition Parks and Plazas Industrial Points Riverwalk Residential 4 Proposed Farmer’s Market Nodes Civic/Cultural Institutions Surface Parking Challenging Civic/Entertainment Structured Parking Pedestrian Civic/Government/Education Environments Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com N. Milwaukee N. Broadway N. Water Node Node 10 E. Wisconsin Avenue 12 North 0 20 40 80SCHEMATIC DESIGN DRAWING Planters or Tree Hollow Vaults Bus StopsE. WISCONSIN AVENUE FROM RIVER TO N. MILWAUKEE STREET Grates Under Street© Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP February 2, 2004 Measuring 8 x 16 and 3 x 3 Approximate locations 7 he Public Art & Design Study considers The Study identifies five Major Transition
  • Project Management Public Art Framework Public Art Framework and Field Guide for and Field Madison, Wisconsin Guide for 1999-2001 Madison, Wisconsin Client: Madison Arts Commission • Member of three-person team Program Development and sole author of Field Guide. • Guidelines and process appro- priate to the city’s culture and expectations for community involvement. • Established methodology for “do it yourself” investigation of sites for public art through a series of case studies selected from the City’s Comprehensive (Left top and center) Plan and neighborhood master Philosopher’s Stones, 2004, plans. Jill Sebastian. The first project produced under the Framework • Case studies include: large- and Field Guide set the tone for scale sites and environmental the re-design of State Street, the settings; gateways; neighbor- main downtown thoroughfare hood gathering spot/small-scale between the University of Wis- sites; and planning, streetscape consin and the State Capitol. and infrastructure projects. • Focus groups, interviews and a design charette for State Street test and refine Framework and Field Guide.Case Study #1 Opportunities — Creating a Scenario for Public Art Elver Park on Southern Edge of MadisonPrototype for Large Scale Sites Note: In practice, the following scenarios would designers and other strategic partners. The outcomes, and to be a catalyst for further the actual community dialogue that informs theand Environmental Settings be the result of an extended dialogue among scenarios are offered here by the authors of discussion. See Case Study #4 for a complete scenarios that are presented for State Street. city staff, neighborhood residents, artists, the Framework only as examples of possible outline of this step, including documentation ofScenario #1 Scenario #2 Scenario #3Significant Factors/Opportunities Ideas for Artwork Outdoor free-standing Significant Factors/Opport u n i t i e s Ridge Ideas for Artwork Sculptural seating are aMajor civic place for southwestern sub- s c u l p t u re; floating sculpture; artist- top a ff o rd s an i m p ressive view of Madison c o n s t ructed of natural materials in harm o-urbs; access predominantly by automo- designed entrance including sidewalks, skyline; viewpoint fosters understanding ny with remnant prairie landscape, orient-bile; stoplight to be added along with lighting, bus shelter, sculptural elements. of the city’s unique position in the land- ed toward the view. Permanently installedi m p roved pedestrian access at entrance Te m p o r a ry and/or permanent installations scape; old growth red pine grove and work using stone, wood, etc.on Gammon Road; main parking area in Meets Guidelines Prominent site (1); is remnant prairie Meets Guidelines Site of great aestheticcenter of park near entrance; park shelter consistent with plans for the site and will Concept Visual gateway to Madison; quality (1); artwork provides frame throughand amenities nearby, next to pond enhance its compatibility with its s u rro u n d- one of a series of overlooks or vantage which to experience site in fresh new wayConcept Enhanced entry area to welcome ings (3); site at the park entrance will be points situated at high points in public (2); surroundings support perception ofvisitors; the park shelter re p resents the designed especially with the work in mind parks throughout the city; or quiet spot the work and provide a place to pause (6);human cultural element within the land- or e n t i resite may be designed with artist’s to discover within the forest work is sustainable and enhances thescape, so artwork is situated in relation influence (5); pond location in particular, Location At top of southern ridge, facing site’s ecological functions (11)to it p resents uninterrupted view from n o rtheast toward the State Capitol, in mid- passing vehicles (7) Stainless steel bench in pine grove by Truman LoweLocation(s) Pedestrian/vehicular entrance dle of meadow with Big bluestem andat Gammon Road; or pond near park C o n c e rn Routine maintenance (12); s other native grasses and flowersshelter; or intersection of paved walking/ development of site must be coord i n a t e d L.A. Roxhole by Lloyd Hamrolbiking path at the foot of the south ridge with plans and construction for stoplightnear the park shelter which will become and park entrance Seating ensembles in granite, wood and bronzep a rt of the Ice Age Trail in the future by Kinji Akagawa. Cambridge (MN) Community College Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.comTe m p o r a ry sculptural installations; Swansong, Pteris Multifida (Fern Bridges), Patricia Johanson, Sculpture at Milwaukee’s Mitchell Domes, 1986Stanton Sears and Night Fish, Karl Ciesluk 1986. Fair Park Lagoon, Dallas, TX Bridge by Siah Armajani at National OceanicDetail of Pegasus Plaza, Brad Goldberg, showing and Atmospheric Administration, Seattle, WAfountain/seating element. (Right) Goldberg ’s Mears Scenario #2Park in downtown Saint Paul, MN, with created water -course lined with boulders and native plants and tre e s Significant Factors/Opportunities Ideas for Artwork A rtist-designed pedes- Park occupies two glacial ridges and a trian bridges; sculptural elements that valley between; water is substantial part interpret the movement of water from of the park including retention pond, s u rrounding paved surfaces and landscape s t reams and wetlands t h rough retention pond to wetland and Concept Recognizing and highlighting elucidate ecological functions; smaller park’s important natural features; occasion sculptural works that are in counterpoise for environmental education, especially with the native vegetation. Te m p o r a ry re g a rding the value and function of wet- and/or permanent installations lands and protecting the watershed Meets Guidelines Aesthetic qualities of site Location(s) Along watercourse in valley, make it of value (1); surroundings support beginning with pond and utilizing wetlands p e rception of the work (6); considers the site’s ecology and enhances its functions (11)The Public Art Field Guide for Madison, Wisconsin The Placemaking Collaborative August 2001 38 8
  • Project Management Wisconsin Arts Board 1981-1988 Minnesota State Arts Board 1988-1998 Directed government programs commissioning art for state Program Development buildings. Administered over 135 projects for Departments of Administration, Transportation, Natural Resources, Corrections, Health and Social Services, Military Affairs and State Colleges and Universities.The Ambassador Bridge Gateway Public Art Project Connecting Neighbors Through Public Art Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com Bagley Pedestrian The HNTB Companies Bridge Public Art, Engineers Architects Planners Detroit, Michigan HNTB Corporation 2010 Project management of artist selection process, community forums and integration of artwork for Michigan Department of Transportation. 9
  • Planting DesignDiscovery Garden atAlpine Park, City of Ramsey,Minnesota, 2003-2005Client: City of Ramsey Parks• Three-acre playground with 1/4 mile path system that is the Site Design format for an environmental game by artist Keith Christensen inspired by Ramsey Elementary’s environmental education curriculum.• All phases of playground design: Conceptual Master Plan; design development and cost estimation; through construction documents and specifications for bids; and construction observation. Selected artists and supervised their contributions.• Ecological information for game; interpretive text and illustrations for kiosk.• Play structures using recycled and sustainable materials, including carved and fitted boulders by artist Peter Morales for accessible seating. Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com 10
  • Planting DesignFestival Gardens for TheAmerican Swedish Institute,Minneapolis, Minnesota,2002Client: The AmericanSwedish Institute Site DesignWith Jim Hagstrom,Savanna Designs• Five gardens, including botanical display garden, surrounding the museum’s Turnblad Mansion featuring plants native to Minnesota or Scandinavia.• Planting design, bluestone paved pads for benches or the display of sculpture, wood benches.• Design/build project. Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com 11
  • Textbook WritingPublications: Landscape Architecture,_SCAPE, Public Art Review,Architecture Technical Writing Critical WritingMinnesota, Fabric Architecture, among others.Writing about theintersection of art,design, technology,science and socialissues. Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com 12
  • Fine Art PhotographyThe Beauty ThatRequires HealthPhilosopher Marcia MuelderEaton writes in “The Beauty That Requires Health” thatthe aesthetic experience oflandscapes is informed byecological considerations offunction and fitness, and whatis perceived as beauty in alandscape includes an ethicaldimension.I photograph emotionally resonant and ecologically distinct landscapes, observingthe effects of humans, sea-sonal cycles and weather in order to understand ecological processes.My most recent work chroniclesthe aftermath of the PagamiCreek Fire in the BoundaryWaters Canoe Area Wilder- ness and the Superior National Forest. Regina M. Flanagan reginaflanagan@visi.com 13