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Drawing Workshop Lecture: Mia Rosenthal
Drawing Workshop Lecture:  Mia Rosenthal
WhenFriday, Nov 8, 2019, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Campus locationGould Hall (GLD)
Campus roomGould 322
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsSandy Fischer, FASLA
Dept. of Landscape Architecture
Questions?  Contact: Thaisa Way
Target AudienceStudents, Landscape Architecture Professionals, Alumni
Description

MIA ROSENTHAL:  Earth, sky, present, past

The drawings of Philadelphia-based artist Mia Rosenthal invoke a long human history of rendering the world by hand. Focusing on cosmology, time, discovery, invention, and the intersection of the natural and man-made world, Rosenthal’s works are grounded in a fundamental human experience that dates back some 30,000 years: observing, processing information, and then picking up a tool to draw it in one’s own hand, with one’s own voice. Fascinated by and drawing from the real world, Rosenthal connects us to this flow of time and experience, going beyond mere duplication to explore, learn, select, organize, and build with mark making.

Earth, sky, present, past features new and recent works.

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Linklarch.be.uw.edu…
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