What are you doing next weekend?
Learning about mushrooms? Getting your hands and mind dirty in workshops about the urban environment? Me too!
Join the brilliant and provocative folks at iLAND as they offer their super affordable ($10-20 sliding!) Symposium "Connecting to the Urban Environment - Creating embodied and relational approaches to environmental awareness"
This titillating event will "pursue issues emanating from creative collaborations across New York City that are actively designing new relationships to public space. A keynote address by the seminal landscape artist Mary Miss will address collaboration through the “City as Living Lab” project. Presentations and a panel by choreographer Jennifer Monson, iLAB residency artists of Strataspore and the New School's sTEM project will conclude Friday's event."
March 26, 2010
7pm - 9pm Keynote Speaker, Collaborative Discussions and Panel
Kellen Auditorium, 2 East 13th Street, NY, NY
March 27, 2010
10am - 5pm Workshops and Discussion
10am - 12:30pm Workshops
1pm - 2pm Lunch provided at E. 16th St
2pm - 5pm Discussion
Fee: Sliding scale $10- $20
Presenters include: sculptor, Mary Miss, iLAND founder and artistic director Jennifer Monson, previous iLAB residents Chris Kennedy, Athena Kokoronis, Caroline Woolard, Kate Cahill, Gary Lincoff, and New School professors Timon McPhearson and Philip Silva.