The School of Art at UNC Greensboro and Greensboro Project Space are pleased to present the Fall 2020 MFA Colloquium Series. Beginning in mid-October through November, first and second year MFA students will host an event to engage a broader public in an exchange of ideas and questions surrounding important themes related to their creative practice.
This hour long Zoom brings together the public, members of UNCG, Sean MacInnes, and Lyndsy Gallins from Gallins Family Farm to discuss the importance of composting. During this colloquium, we will examine how UNCG composts and how we can involve the community in this important step towards sustainability.
Other colloquia in this series include:
October 23: Satire. (Neeraj Sebastian) October 28: Oyster Feast (Sarah LaPonte) November 4: Revolution Mill On-Site History (Taylor Allison) November 7: An Experience (Leah Junquera) November 9: TBD (Billy Dee) November 11: You Are Here (Grace Clark) November 14: A Conversation about Continuing Sex Education (Ash Strazzinski) November 16: TBD (Jill Beth Hannes) November 18: The Greensboro Massacre in 2020 (Anna Abhau Elliott)