Tim Nohe: Understanding Environment through Creative Arts (Public Lecture)

Creative Arts offers unique possibilities to think through issues around the environment and sustainability, particularly through a focus on experiences of place. In this lecture, Professor Timothy Nohe presents his own and the work of other creative artists who have engaged with place to shift our experience and thinking about the environment, sustainability, and renewal in post-industrial cities

Art Exhibition previously on at Centre For Creative Arts, La Trobe University in Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 14 August 2013 to Wednesday 14 August 2013

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Published by Centre for Creative Arts on Thursday 15 August 2013.
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Professor Timothy Nohe (UMBC): Timothy Nohe is an artist and educator engaging traditional and electronic media in daily life and public places. His recent work has been realized in intermedia works, sound scores for dance, improvisational concert works, and art focused on sustainability. Nohe was the recipient of a 2006 Fulbright Senior Scholar Award from the Australian – American Fulbright Commission and a 2011 Fulbright Alumni Initiative Grant to foster international exchange with the Centre for Creative Arts, La Trobe. Numerous state and city arts council grants have supported his creative research. He is Professor of Visual Arts at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and founding Director, Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) at UMBC.

Weds August 14 2013, 12pm
Glenn College Lecture Theatre
LTU Bundoora

Everyone is welcome! Free lecture. No RSVP required.