WFU public art class students to lead tour of works Nov. 22

“Alula Arbor”

Students in David Finn’s public art class will lead a walkthrough and commentary session on three public artworks created by the class. The works will be displayed on the Reynolda campus for a limited time.

The tour will be held on Monday, Nov. 22, from 1 to 2:30 p.m.* Meet at Davis Field Tent ‘A’ (nearest the library) to begin the walkthrough.

Works on the tour include:

  • “Courage Balloons” by Iris Liu – a participatory sculpture in four locations that transforms free will into sound.
  • “The Storm” by Kaitlyn Park, Emma Martin, Sammy Clark, and Maya Whitaker – a work combining poetry workshops within a sculptural memorial to Maya Angelou.
  • “Alula Arbor” by Marie Claire Goff and Ramona Suris – a place to inspire conversation and action about the land and our future located on the edge of campus.

*Rain date is Monday, Nov. 29. Same time and location.

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