MFA in Visual Studies Students Discuss Caldera Residency
October 29, 2009
MFA in Visual Studies students, along with Visiting Artist Alix Pearlstein and PNCA Faculty Stephen Slappe will discuss their experience during a two-week residency at Caldera in Sisters, Oregon with a talk at 12:30 p.m. Friday, October 30 in the College’s Swigert Commons.
“Alix Pearlstein’s”:http://www.alixpearlstein.com/ work includes conceptual sculpture, multi-channel installation, and performance-based video, using everyday objects, pop cultural artifacts, and art historical references to create narrative meaning through association. “Slappe”:http://www.stephenslappe.com/ is an interdisciplinary artist who teaches in PNCA’s Intermedia department. Together, Pearlstein and Slappe will lead “MFA in Visual Studies” students through art process and practice during the two-week residency.
Lecture | Caldera Residency Report
_Featuring MFA in Visual Studies Visiting Artist Alix Pearlstein and PNCA Faculty Stephen Slappe_
12:30 p.m. Friday, October 30 | PNCA Main Campus Building, Swigert Commons, 1241 N.W. Johnson St.
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