I’ll be speaking tomorrow about MMMM at Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park, along with Britta Johnson and Stokley Towles, who will be speaking about their “Water Calling” projects as well. It should be informal, informative and fun, and the Sculpture Park is breathtaking as always, even in the rain. The OSP actually hosted me three times for crocheting for MMMM, so I’m thrilled to come back and present about how it all turned out.
Creatively Speaking: The Artist’s Point of View
Water Calling: Artist Panel
November 14, 2009
PACCAR Pavilion, at the Olympic Sculpture Park
Commissioned by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, the Water Calling temporary art and short film projects feature artists working in various disciplines exploring water—examining its flow and its history, offering ways to care for our urban watersheds and celebrating water’s mythical power. In this afternoon program, experience a selection of some of the projects and hear directly from artists Mandy Greer, Stokley Towles and filmmaker Britta Johnson.
The Creatively Speaking series provides a forum for artists to explain the philosophies underlying their work and for audiences to ask the questions they rarely have a chance to ask.
Free and open to the public.
Registration required if planning to attend.
Go see Stokley Towles’ piece “Waterlines”, one of the other “Water Calling” projects. Great Stranger review!
Ack!!! Just realized I did not have a direct link to “Water Calling” information on this blog, the series of temporary public art projects that MMMM is a part of. I have been truly swamped this past month. But literally two more days of install…