Celebrate the opening of the art exhibition The Water of Life: Artistic Expressions with a live concert and multimedia presentation, artist talks, an art viewing and a reception.
The Water of Life: Artistic Expressions is a multifaceted art exhibition featuring original oil paintings by UNC student Caroline Orr, a site-specific art installation by Hanes Visiting Artist-in-Residence Bright Ugochukwu Eke and global water images submitted to the 2012-2013 Carolina Global Photography Competition.
Coinciding with World Water Day, the exhibition opening on March 21 will begin with a reception and art viewing at 6 p.m. From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Allen Anderson and Brooks de Wetter-Smith will present three multimedia works composed by Anderson – Iceblink, a meditation on Antarctica with photography/videography by de Wetter-Smith and a live performance by eight musicians, soprano and narrator; re:turn radius with photography by Tama Hochbaum and solo flute performance by de Wetter-Smith; and Graffito with electronic music and video created by Hochbaum. Orr, Eke, Anderson, Hochbaum and de Wetter-Smith will also share brief remarks about their work.
Parking may be available in the McCauley Deck under the FedEx Global Education Center.
Photo by Brooks de Wetter-Smith.