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Water School: Write-in

Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019    4–6pm

Spend the afternoon inhabiting artist Oscar Tuazon’s Zome Alloy sculpture and allow the space to provide inspiration as we gather for a writing experience focused on issues surrounding water and sustainability. Come as you are—we’ll provide all the tools you need to flex your creative writing skills and add your voice to the Water School.

Water teaches us, and we can learn from it through communal engagement. Throughout this exhibition, Oscar Tuazon’s Water School will be “in session” with a curriculum of social interaction that explores issues including water and lands rights, sustainability, and community. These programs will take various forms where we will practice making sustainable choices while creating art, all with the intention of bringing the community together in shared experiences. Contact bamedu@msu.edu to share an idea for the Water School.

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<i>Oscar Tuazon: Water School</i>, installation view at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, 2019. Photo: Aaron Word/MSU Broad

Oscar Tuazon: Water School, installation view at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, 2019. Photo: Aaron Word/MSU Broad