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Presented By: Institute for the Humanities

Art Workshop: How to Build A Disaster Proof House

With artist Tracey Snelling

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The experience of crafting together articulates the importance of our relationship to one another. Join us at this workshop with artist Tracey Snelling where participants can create a small-scale room or dwelling reflective of their feelings and ideas about home, safety, dreams. Open to all!

About How to Build a Disaster Proof House
Artist Tracey Snelling’s How to Build a Disaster Proof House contemplates the uncertainty, displacement, and disenfranchisement that frames the present day. How do we find a safe place, protected from bad weather and circumstance, in an era of floods, fires, and pandemics? Snelling builds a way out by constructing large and small rooms in the gallery as well as working with students and the extended community to create spaces of their own. This project is in collaboration with the Stamps School of Art and Design, where Snelling is this year’s Roman J. Witt Artist-in-Residence.

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