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Being Water: Responding to water in Jalisco, Mexico

Posted in Arts & Culture
Nov 7, 2019

Three USask faculty members will report on a recent art-science research residency.

Susan Shantz, Gabriela Garcia-Luna (Art and Art History) and Graham Strickert (School of the Environment and Sustainability) will report on an art-science research residency they participated in near Guadalajara, Mexico in February 2019.

Thursday, Nov. 7
12 noon
Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Free and open to the public

This rural residency, Being Water, included field trips as well as meetings with scientists and community groups to learn about the physical, social and political aspects of water in the Mazatepec valley near the residency. They will also discuss previous water-related art and science collaborations: Delta Days, Becoming Water and We are the River.


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