Visual Metaphor for Sustainability
Exhibit Code: BOO-322
Zone: Artistic Alley
Location: James E. Booth Hall (BOO/007A) - 3471
Time: All Day
What image do you conger up in your mind when the conversation leads to sustainability? What does sustainability really mean? Do you ever think about sustainability? Experience an exhibition of images revolving around the concept of sustainability and produced by students in the Illustration program of the School of Art. Their assignment was to create an image based on the title, "My Visual Metaphor for Sustainability." This was their chance to produce a unique illustration and an individual statement expressing personal feelings on the concept. Sustainability, in part, means that artists will be able to make art from materials found just lying around, stashed away in a bin or found objects/unusual materials from the second-hand store. It means artists will be able to produce good art while conserving financial resources by using free (or nearly free) materials which will also conserve our natural resources.
Bill Finewood, Jennifer Kotler, Robin Green, Claire Britt