How do art, culture, history, and nature shape and reflect individual and communal identity? What are the fluid boundaries between art, horticulture, and mythology? How does an individual, or a community, create a narrative of themselves in the world by which to live and grow? Join us for a conversation with Brazilian installation artist Rodrigo Bueno, artist in residence at the Collins Living Learning Center during Spring 2020, to explore how aesthetics, nature, identity, and the environment are inextricably wound together. RSVP REQUIRED.
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This event is restricted to Hutton Honors students.
Reservations closed on Tuesday March 24th, 2020 at 12:00pm.