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​Public Art Talks: Jody Pinto

​Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Phoenix MST​

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About this Event

Join us for our first in a series of A​rtists Talks about four new public art projects in the City of Phoenix. Jody Pinto will discuss the design and fabrication of the newly dedicated Rio del Rey pedestrian bridge with her collaborating architect Keith Crawford and Greg Brockman, of Magnum Companies, which fabricated the bridge’s unique cladding and other features. The 400-foot span over a new Phoenix freeway section created a community landmark and a safe route to schools for area children and families!

About the Presenter(s)​

Jody Pinto is renowned internationally as a land and public artist. Her more than forty collaborative projects in the United States and abroad include a wide range of works, including master plans, landscapes, and free-standing and integrated functional and sculptural projects. She has received design awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Institute of Architects, and the American Society of Landscape Architects. Her drawings are in many prominent museum and private collections, throughout the nation.


Rio Del Rey Bridge, 2020

Jody Pinto, Artist

Keith Crawford, Architect

Don Happ, DH Lighting SolutionsLighting Designer

Magnum Companies, Fabricator

Stinger Bridge & Iron, Fabricator

This project was built with Percent-for-Art funds from the Street Transportation Capital Program in collaboration withthe City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture , ADOT, and Connect 202 Partners.

Photo by Craig Smith, 2021​

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