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Lecture

Visiting Artist Series: Thomas Hine

Lecture:
Tuesday, November 9
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Thomas Hine writes about the relationships between people and the objects they desire, buy and use. His work on materialism and its meaning has appeared in many magazines, and his six books have been recognized as important contributions to their fields. He has been praised in the New Yorker by John Updike for his “mischievously alert sensibility,” and "Populuxe," a word he coined to describe some of the styles and enthusiasms of post-World War II America, has entered the language and now appears in several dictionaries.

Visiting Artist Series: Thomas Hine

Lecture:
Tuesday, November 9
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Thomas Hine writes about the relationships between people and the objects they desire, buy and use. His work on materialism and its meaning has appeared in many magazines, and his six books have been recognized as important contributions to their fields. He has been praised in the New Yorker by John Updike for his “mischievously alert sensibility,” and "Populuxe," a word he coined to describe some of the styles and enthusiasms of post-World War II America, has entered the language and now appears in several dictionaries.

Visiting Artist Series: Thomas Hine

Lecture:
Tuesday, November 9
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Thomas Hine writes about the relationships between people and the objects they desire, buy and use. His work on materialism and its meaning has appeared in many magazines, and his six books have been recognized as important contributions to their fields. He has been praised in the New Yorker by John Updike for his “mischievously alert sensibility,” and "Populuxe," a word he coined to describe some of the styles and enthusiasms of post-World War II America, has entered the language and now appears in several dictionaries.

Visiting Artist Series: Angela Morelli

Lecture:
Thursday, October 28
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Angela Morelli is an award-winning information designer based in Norway. She is the co-founder and CEO of InfoDesignLab. After a degree in Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and an MA in Industrial Design, she gained her MA in Information Design from Central St Martins in London and a Postgraduate Certificate for teaching in Higher Education.

Visiting Artist Series: Angela Morelli

Lecture:
Thursday, October 28
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Angela Morelli is an award-winning information designer based in Norway. She is the co-founder and CEO of InfoDesignLab. After a degree in Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and an MA in Industrial Design, she gained her MA in Information Design from Central St Martins in London and a Postgraduate Certificate for teaching in Higher Education.

Visiting Artist Series: Angela Morelli

Lecture:
Thursday, October 28
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Angela Morelli is an award-winning information designer based in Norway. She is the co-founder and CEO of InfoDesignLab. After a degree in Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and an MA in Industrial Design, she gained her MA in Information Design from Central St Martins in London and a Postgraduate Certificate for teaching in Higher Education.

Visiting Artist Series: Andrea Carlson

Lecture:
Tuesday, October 5
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Andrea Carlson (Ojibwe) is a visual artist originally from Minnesota currently living in Chicago, Illinois. Through painting and drawing, Carlson cites entangled cultural narratives and institutional authority relating to objects based on the merit of possession and display. Current research activities include Indigenous Futurism and assimilation metaphors in film. Site-specific, public installations of Carlson's work have focused on the importance of the land to Indigenous communities.

Visiting Artist Series: Andrea Carlson

Lecture:
Tuesday, October 5
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Andrea Carlson (Ojibwe) is a visual artist originally from Minnesota currently living in Chicago, Illinois. Through painting and drawing, Carlson cites entangled cultural narratives and institutional authority relating to objects based on the merit of possession and display. Current research activities include Indigenous Futurism and assimilation metaphors in film. Site-specific, public installations of Carlson's work have focused on the importance of the land to Indigenous communities.

Visiting Artist Series: Andrea Carlson

Lecture:
Tuesday, October 5
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Andrea Carlson (Ojibwe) is a visual artist originally from Minnesota currently living in Chicago, Illinois. Through painting and drawing, Carlson cites entangled cultural narratives and institutional authority relating to objects based on the merit of possession and display. Current research activities include Indigenous Futurism and assimilation metaphors in film. Site-specific, public installations of Carlson's work have focused on the importance of the land to Indigenous communities.

Visiting Artist Series: Siosi Design

Lecture:
Thursday, September 23
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

SIOSI is Audi and Ivy—a two-woman team who blur the lines between life, work, and art. Ivy's background is in sculpture, printmaking, classic car restoration, and home building. Audi is a photographer and has been committed to documenting her life since she was a kid. She has a MFA in photography from Indiana University. Together, they design, build, and sculpt fine furniture in the middle of the woods, in southern Indiana.

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