Water School: In Session
We’re setting the stage for an experiential day of learning, art making, and community building. Each of us has a relationship with water, whether sacred, political, recreational, or purely functional. What is yours? Join MSU Broad guest artists, architects, engineers, and activists in this day-long, communal exchange to explore our many-faceted relationships with water and the land. Oscar Tuazon’s major sculpture-as-architectural form, Zome Alloy (2016), will be erected in the museum’s main gallery and create a space for ongoing, informal learning opportunities as a part of the Water School. Check back soon for a detailed schedule. Activities for all ages are available.
Oscar Tuazon: Water School is curated by Steven L. Bridges, Associate Curator. Lead support for this exhibition is provided by Guardian Glass LLC and the MSU Federal Credit Union. Additional support is provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and the Eli and Edythe Broad endowed exhibitions fund.