The Department of Art
is please to be hosting artist Rachel Mason on March 1. This event will is free and open to the public and will take place in Argyros Forum, 209C at 7 p.m.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Rachel Mason is a sculptor, musician and filmmaker. In 2016 she released her first feature film, The Lives of Hamilton Fish, which is told entirely through songs From 2004–2010, Mason developed a music-based sculptural self-portrait series called “Songs of the Ambassadors” a series of porcelain busts of political figures engaged in wars during her lifetime. Mason has a wide presence on Youtube ranging from music videos to re-enactments of political events such as the 2015 Republican Presidential Debate and Rand Paul’s 2013 filibuster, performed under the guise of an internet avatar called FutureClown.
Other Art Department events coming up …
April 5: Margo Pawell – Graphic Design Symposium
April 7: Heather Badamo – Art History Symposium