Mural Arts Salon What role does public art play in real estate development? ShareFacbookTwitterEmail Untitled mural by Gina Triplett. Photo by Steve Weinik. What role does public art play in real estate development? Will you join the conversation? Our next Salon features a discussion about the way in which artists and real estate developers can develop mutually beneficial relationships. We’ll also talk through the role of public art in capturing and reflecting the unique identities of people and places. This thoughtful, intimate conversation will be co-hosted by Mural Arts Board member Jane Goldblum and art consultant Paula Glazer. Limited to 30 guests, we’ll mingle over light bites prepared by Catering by Design. WHEN Tuesday, January 22, 6–8 p.m. WHERE The Curtis 601 Walnut Street Special guests and experts in the field will contribute to the conversation, including: Bill Glazer, founder of Keystone Property Group; creative professional and curator Ryan Strand Greenberg; and contemporary visual artist Stephen D’Onofrio. Mural Arts Salons offer an inside look at Philadelphia’s most important issues and the role art can play in igniting change. The participation of our special guests is sponsored by Glenmede.