Outside the Lines: Live Coloring Night with AEIVA

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Join us for a night to relax, unwind, and enjoy a great conversation and Q&A with guest artist and UAB Department of Art and Art History Assistant Professor of New Media, Elisabeth Pellathy

Work on your own favorite coloring page or use one of the ones created by Elisabeth (sent to registrants day-of event). 

ABOUT ELISABETH // Elisabeth Pellathy is a multi-disciplinary artist, utilizing drawing, printmaking, electronic media, and digital fabrication in her work. Issues raised by the disappearance of species, language, culture, and information are the catalyst for her visual explorations. As a first-generation American she is keenly aware of the effort to preserve the disappearing, and the poetic slippage that often results. Elisabeth’s work questions art’s intersection with this liminal space, exploring the expressive potential found in both outdated and current modes of visual communication.

Pellathy has exhibited widely in such locations as: Center for the Contemporary Arts, Sante Fe, New Mexico; University of South Carolina School of Visual Art and Design’s McMaster Gallery; George Mason University; ONCA Center for Arts and Ecology Brighton, UK; De Unicorn Center for Arts; and Chaochangdi Arts District Beijing, China.

Thursday, August 6 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

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Topic

Arts & Culture

Target Audience

Alumni & Donors, Current Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public, Prospective Students

Website

https://www.alysstephens.org/events/e...

Cost

Free (registration required)

Department
Department of Art & Art History, UAB Visual and Performing Arts
Hashtag

#AEIVAatHome

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