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Flat View Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Monday, July 07, 2014
Rick Lowe At MECA (5:30 PM)

Houston artist Rick Lowe works both inside and outside of art world institutions by participating in exhibitions and developing community-based art projects. Among other projects, he has worked with artist Suzanne Lacy and curator Mary Jane Jacobs on the Borough Project for Spoleto Festival 2003;  spearheaded Transforma Projects, a collaborative effort to engage artists and creativity in the rebuilding of New Orleans after hurricane Katrina; and developed “Small Business/Big Change” for the Anyang Public Art Program, in Anyang, Korea. President Obama appointed Rick to the National Council on the Arts in 2013.

LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

All lectures are held in Osher Hall on the second floor of MECA's Porteous Building at 522 Congress Street, and begin at 5:30pm.



Url: http://www.meca.edu
Monday, July 21, 2014
Lisa Sigal Lectures At MECA (5:30 PM)

Lisa Sigal’s most recent work includes  painting on walls and making forms that combine painting with architecture. Her work suggests a mutable delineation between interior and exterior and explores their meaning both socially and politically. Utilizing and expanding upon notions of space, she investigates how art can challenge set ideas about property, containment and freedom. She is curating a new program, Open Sessions at the Drawing Center in New York City and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

All lectures are held in Osher Hall on the second floor of MECA's Porteous Building at 522 Congress Street, and begin at 5:30pm.



Url: http://www.meca.edu
Monday, July 28, 2014
Sharon Hayes At MECA (5:30 PM)

Sharon Hayes’ work moves between multiple mediums, including video, performance, and installation, in an ongoing investigation into the interrelation between history, politics, and speech. She employs conceptual and methodological approaches borrowed from practices such as performance, theater, dance, anthropology, and journalism. Her work has been shown at a multitude of museums, galleries and performance spaces, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Modern in London, and the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin, as well as in 45 lesbian living rooms across the United States. 

LECTURES ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

All lectures are held in Osher Hall on the second floor of MECA's Porteous Building at 522 Congress Street, and begin at 5:30pm.



Url: http://www.meca.edu
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