It’s been a busy first week back on campus teaching full time!
I also had an opening to attend at CWU where I met so many wonderful scholars, artists, and community activists. What a treat!
My gratitude to The Museum of Culture & Environment at Central Washington University, to Provost Katherine Katherine Frank who came out to welcome the artists and guest speakers for Liberty Denied: Immigration, Detentions, and Deportation. Thank you especially to Dr. Susan Noyes Platt for writing such a powerful statement for the exhibit, and to Museum Director Mark Auslander, for hosting the show. Most of all, thank you to all the students and community members who lent their enormous support, passion, and energy to the evening.
Read Dr. Platt’s exhibition essay here:Â http://www.cwu.edu/museum/liberty-denied-immigration-detention-deportation
This week I also tried out my first FB Live broadcast. My drawing students had a tough time grasping planar analysis, so I did a demo in my studio for anyone to watch. Drop on in and get insight on why exercises like these feed my private art practice.