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Expanded cinema installation gets second life for SculptureX

Liz Roberts will revise her immersive cinema piece “Always Nowhere” as an outdoor installation to be exhibited during SculptureX Symposium 4: Performative Objects and the Everyday Spectacular. The two-day event, hosted by Columbus College of Art & Design [CCAD], includes a keynote address, interactive discussion panels, and emerging artist exhibitions. The opening reception is Friday, October 11, 7:30pm – 9:00pm at 380 E. Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio 43215.

CCAD, in partnership with The Sculpture Center, will host the 2013 and 2014 Annual SculptureX Symposium, an intensive learning event to encourage collaboration among arts educators and artists.

Martin Kersels, a well-regarded sculptor, installation artist, and Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Sculpture at Yale University School of Art, will provide the keynote address. Several interactive discussions will be led, one by the noted art historian, Terry Smith as well as one by a panel of highly regarded sculpture faculty: Chido Johnson, Osman Khan, Youmna Chlala, and Michael Mercil. Liz Roberts will participate in a group discussion of at least ten national emerging artists whose work will be shown on campus in a special exhibition.

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