Behind the Art: Reflections on Creativity & Collaboration
The mini-conference will showcase the creative works, research and collaborative projects of faculty, students and artists in residence. The projects will reflect on how collaboration fosters creativity, innovation and engagement, and how the arts can cultivate social change. Artist in Residence, Lisa Jo Epstein, of Gas and Electric Arts, will react on her interactions with the faculty and students during the academic year. Her work regularly uses interactive, experiential theatre with a variety of populations around issues of identity and empowerment, community and social justice.
This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are available at the Winter Center Box Office one hour prior to the Symposium, or may be reserved in advance by visiting the Student Memorial Center Box Office in person, by phone at (717) 872-3811, or online at MUTicketsOnline.com.