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waterpod's return to land

Posted: January 18 2010
Stop by and visit Waterpod: Autonomy and Ecology exhibit at Exit Art Underground Jan. 9- Feb. 6
Take a look at our events throughout the exhibit, all taking place at Exit Art at 475 Tenth Ave at 36th Street.

NEXT FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2010 / 7-10pm
Back to Land: Waterpod Party
$15 suggested donation at the door (pay what you can)

Spend a night with the Waterpod team and celebrate their return to land with a special "cleansing" meal, drinks, performances, films, journal readings from pod residents, ephemera, new project highlights and much more. More details coming very soon.
Panel Discussion: Public Art and Sustainability
Organized and Moderated by Sara Reisman.
Panelists: Jennifer McGregor, Director of Arts and Senior Curator for Wave Hill, a public garden and cultural center in Bronx, New York; Mary Miss, artist working primarily with issues of sustainability, collaboration, and public art; and Mierle Laderman Ukeles, a “maintenance artist” known for her feminist and service-oriented artworks.

This panel discussion will focus on how public art and art in general can be sustainable, with an emphasis on how the terms “temporary” and “permanent” impact the possibilities for sustainability when it comes to artmaking.
Read more about the events HERE


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