Atlanta is enjoying a boom in temporary public art, and the myriad ways artists are challenging our expectations of the genre is one of the most exciting aspects. Here’s an idea from Panama.
Olga Sinclair, who has a successful career as a painter and sculptor, is sharing the joy of art through a series of free painting classes in public spaces. This video documents a “paint-in” outside the Canal Administration Building in Panama City, Panama, which was attended by more than 2,000 people. Sinclair wants to develop similar programs for children in other Latin American countries as well.