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Virtual Program: Creativity in Place: An Intro to Art Environments

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Virtual Program: Creativity in Place: An Intro to Art Environments
Virtual Program: Creativity in Place: An Intro to Art Environments

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Jan 23, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Virtual Program

About the Event

From the deserts of California to rural Mississippi, this presentation will provide an introduction to the very wide world of art environments – personal spaces like homes, gardens, and studios fully transformed into continually evolving, site-specific, and life-encompassing works of art. We'll discuss an adobe mountain, a crystal cave, a garden blooming with found objects (and more!) and learn how these sites connect with the communities in which they were made.

 

Presenter Bio: Annalise Flynn is an independent curator and arts administrator based in Sheboygan, Wis. Her current clients include the Kohler Foundation, for whom she manages SPACES Archives–Saving and Preserving Arts and Cultural Environments, the world’s largest repository of archival documentation related to artist-built environments; the Arts Foundation of Kosciusko; and the Keysmith Foundation. Flynn’s work centers on highlighting vernacular creative activity, using memory, community, and place as research pillars. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and a master’s degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Art History, Theory, and Criticism.

This program will take place over Zoom. You will be emailed a link after registering for the program.

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