Blurring Art & Life An Evening of Fluxus
Exploring the very nature of the live event, Robert Spahr directs this “live art” performance with WKCTC’s Paducah School of Art & Design students. Historical trends and seminal artists will be explored with a workshop culminating in this collaborative interdisciplinary live art event.
Reeves’s interdisciplinary projects provide a spectacular canvas to develop inquiries
into media-as-performer. Her expanded cinema work looks more critically at representation,
bodily exploitation, structures of power, and gets as close as possible to the high-wire
act of being human.
A century ago, many cities in the United States elected socialist mayors. Socialist ideas have influenced important federal programs like Social Security and Medicaid. This panel discussion will explore a new movement towards socialism in the United States and look at it through the lenses of economics, politics, sociology and ethics.