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Happening today: CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series continues with environmental artist Eliza Evans

(Posted March 24, 2021)

https://www.apsu.edu/news/march-2021-eliza-evans-0322.php
The free lecture is today.

The Department of Art + Design, with support from The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to host environmental artist, Eliza Evans, to continue an incredible 2020-21 CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series season.

“Eliza Evans experiments with sculpture, print, video, and textiles to identify disconnections and absurdities in social, economic, and ecological systems,” said Michael Dickins, chair of the CECA Visiting Artist Speaker Series. “The initial parameters of each work are carefully researched and then evolve as a result of interaction with people, time, and weather.”

At 6 p.m. on March 24, Evans will speak via Zoom to discuss her work and creative practice. Registration is required and is available here at https://bit.ly/CECAEvans.

On April 22, she will be on campus to perform a reiteration of her piece, Time Machine, a duration and interactive work, where she will spend eight hours “living” in a mass-produced greenhouse on the lawn of the Arts Quad.

All events are free and open to the public.

Read our original story for more about Evans.

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