Brandon Zech talks with Houston artist Janavi Mahimtura Folmsbee, who recently completed a large-scale installation in Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport, about the possibilities and pitfalls of making a public art project.
“They don’t teach you business 101 in art school.”
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