Learn more about this inspired food art project by John Peña, Jon Rubin, and Dawn Weleski. Conflict Kitchen, a take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries that the United States is in conflict with (and it’s right next to the Waffle Shop ) Here’s a link to an article all about it We Make Money Not Art.
D. Chase Angier and The Site Specific Performance class, along with Marketa Fantova and The Principles of Theatrical and Performance Design class want to collaborate with YOU to create
HAPPY DANCES II
The second site specific dance in the Happy Dance Series, Wednesday, October 6 from 11:00am to 5:00pm second floor of Harder Hall (in the outside courtyard across from the Moka Joka).
Bounce away the gloom of midterms and Get Happy! We can’t do it without YOU!
You’ll be in the live audience of the STUDIO VISITS show! So learn more about the show and this fall’s guests… go to…
Next week we will be welcoming artist Joshua Bienko to Studio Visits, the Wednesday morning lecture series and LIVE interview show! He will start off the morning in Holmes at 9 am with his lecture: Desiring le’Con. After a quick stage change, Michelle Illuminato and Brett Hunter will be interviewing Joshua in front of you, the LIVE audience.
Joshua Bienko’s work combines the style of the Flemish masters with the ironic wit of an astute social critic. His precise execution of technique is more of an authentic mental exercise than an emotionally driven expression. What emerges is a heartfelt distance from his subject. His videos, photographs, paintings, interactive sculptures, audio tracks and drawings are nationally and internationally exhibited. Faculty in the Department of Visualization at Texas A&M University.
To learn more about Joshua and his art practice go to http://www.joshuabienko.com/