Regina Flanagan

St. Paul, Minnesota

Regina M Flanagan is an artist, writer, landscape architect and public art administrator from Saint Paul, Minnesota. She was among the first cohort of professional public art administrators, directing  programs for the State of Wisconsin and later Minnesota (1981-1998). As a consultant, Flanagan has developed public art plans or programs and administered projects for Madison, Milwaukee, Detroit and Saint Paul. Her current practice combines art, landscape architecture and social media. Recently, she was one of four artists selected to work on the re-design of Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis and fielded a website and blog with original photos and stories about the process:  Flanagan holds Masters degrees in Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and in Landscape Architecture from the University of Minnesota College of Design. Her landscape photography has been featured in exhibitions and collections and in 2014, she was awarded a Minnesota State Arts Board Artists Initiative Grant for her work documenting the aftermath of the Pagami Creek Fire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.