Rick Lowe Public Talk


Rick Lowe is the artist behind Houston’s Project Row Houses, a transformative and visionary example of socially engaged art as well as a neighbourhood revitalization initiative. This talk is part of Art Creates Change: The Kym Pruesse Speaker Series.

 
DateThursday, November 5, 2015

Cost

free

Location

Auditorium Room 190, OCAD University 100 McCaul Street

OCAD University's Faculty of Art in Partnership with UNIFOR, Ontario Regional Council Present:
A Public Talk by Rick Lowe

Rick Lowe is the artist behind Houston’s Project Row Houses, a transformative and visionary example of socially engaged art as well as a neighbourhood revitalization initiative. Originally trained as a painter, Lowe enacts what he calls "social sculpture." Lowe has been the Mel King Community Fellow at MIT and a MacArthur Foundation Fellow.

Co-sponsored by Criticism & Curatorial Practice and Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories Graduate Programs



ART CREATES CHANGE The Kym Pruesse Speaker Series poster
DateThursday, November 5, 2015

Cost

free

Website Location

Auditorium Room 190, OCAD University 100 McCaul Street

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ART CREATES CHANGE The Kym Pruesse Speaker Series poster
Thursday, November 5, 2015

OCAD University's Faculty of Art in Partnership with UNIFOR, Ontario Regional Council Present:
A Public Talk by Rick Lowe

Rick Lowe is the artist behind Houston’s Project Row Houses, a transformative and visionary example of socially engaged art as well as a neighbourhood revitalization initiative. Originally trained as a painter, Lowe enacts what he calls "social sculpture." Lowe has been the Mel King Community Fellow at MIT and a MacArthur Foundation Fellow.

Co-sponsored by Criticism & Curatorial Practice and Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories Graduate Programs

Venue & Address: 
Auditorium Room 190, OCAD University 100 McCaul Street
Cost: 
free
ART CREATES CHANGE The Kym Pruesse Speaker Series poster
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