Bob Snead, a performance artist, painter and contributing writer for Artlurker, will be giving a lecture on his work and the Transit Antenna project, in the Instructional Media room below the library Thurs. 4/8 at 6pm. He is a founding member for the mobile art collective Transit Antenna and he started the Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston, SC, where he currently lives. He created Transit Antenna as a means of travelling the U.S. and since it has become a mobile living experiment, creative workshop and educational resource comprised of various folks living and working while traveling the roads of North America; via a large vege-fueled bus. This week, Bob is part of the Intro Sculpture building workshop where students are building small structures behind Sampson & the Hand Center. Join us for outdoor movies and camping in/around these structures this Friday night.
Be sure you don’t miss Bob’s homemade Carolina sweet mustard sauce when he serves pulled pork from his cardboard constructed smoker during the FMI event Wed. 4/7 8:30pm, outside of Rinker Auditorium LBC.