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Jessica Stockholder, Current Students, and Alumni Discuss Color at Logan Center

NCQ_G-SMACPNDj4Ayo6Bj78c5mNfivNzMljBNcolwLMOn February 8, Jessica Stockholder, Chair and Professor in Visual Arts,  Jonathan Ullyot, PhD’10 and instructor in the College, and Nicholas Wong, a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature, and others gathered at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts to discuss the concept of color. This dialogue, presented by the Arts|Science Initiative, is part of The Cabinet, a monthly series seeking to explore multiple perspectives surrounding a particular theme, such as color, narrative, silence, and many more. Stockholder discussed how she uses color in her work and how we experience color as viewers, while Ullyot and Wong presented a video on color and read a poem about color, respectively.

This month’s installment of The Cabinet on Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. will focus on models and how they are used in both the arts and the sciences. More information can be found here.

photo courtesy of Jennifer Smoose, MFA’13

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