Artist to Present Talk on
Public Art Nov. 2 at MCCC
Windsor, N.J. - Conceptual artist Tim Eads will discuss his
foray into public art and other artistic musings in his talk
"Investigations into Nothingness" on Wednesday,
Nov. 2 at noon at Mercer County Community College. This free
lecture is open to the public and will be presented in the
Communications Building, CM 109, on the West
Windsor campus, 1200 Old Trenton Road. The talk is part
of Mercer's Distinguished Lecture Series for the fall 2011
The Texas native is known for his highly interactive pieces,
which reflect his unique perspectives on the beauty of simple
things, the joy of tinkering, and how much fun art can be.
Eads' viewer-powered butter churn and toast maker are prime
examples of how he engages audiences in the creative process.
Eads is currently a project technician and printer at The
Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia. He earned his
M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art. His work has been featured
in several exhibitions, most recently at the Museum of New
Art in Detroit, Jolie Laide and Pentimenti Galleries in Philadelphia,
and the Arthouse at Jones Center in Austin, Texas. He has
served as a visiting lecturer of sculpture at the University
of the Arts in Philadelphia.
For more information on the artist, visit his website here.
more details about MCCC's Distinguished Lecture Series, click here
or call 609-570-3324.
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