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Envision Conversations: Nayda Collazo-Llorens

With Steven Bridges, Senior Curator at the MSU Broad Art Museum

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When

Wednesday, December 1, 2021
6:00 – 7:00 pm

Where

Virtual Event

Details

Lecture / Discussion
Open to the public
Free of charge

RSVP Requested

Meet Kala­ma­zoo-based artist Nayda Col­lazo-Llorens as she dis­cusses her new work, cre­ated for Envi­sion: The Michi­gan Artist Ini­tia­tive with Steven Bridges, Senior Cura­tor and Direc­tor of Cura­to­r­ial Affairs at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michi­gan State University.

Envi­sion Con­ver­sa­tions is a series of five vir­tual events pre­sent­ing insight­ful con­ver­sa­tions between each final­ist of Envi­sion: The Michi­gan Artist Ini­tia­tive and a lead­ing Michi­gan-based cura­tor. Audi­ences will hear about the artist’s process and ideas that they have explored through the new and old work they are pre­sent­ing at Envi­sion. Each event includes an artist talk fol­lowed by a con­ver­sa­tion between the fea­tured artist and cura­tor. Audi­ences will have an oppor­tu­nity to engage with the artist and cura­tor dur­ing a 15-min Q&A period at the end of their conversation.

Envi­sion: The Michi­gan Artist Initiative is on view at Stamps Gallery from Novem­ber 12, 2021 — Jan­u­ary 222022

Stamps events are free and open to the pub­lic, and we are com­mit­ted to mak­ing them acces­si­ble to all atten­dees. This event will be online using the Zoom plat­form with an auto-gen­er­ated Live Tran­script avail­able. If you antic­i­pate need­ing any addi­tional accom­mo­da­tions to par­tic­i­pate, please email Jen­nifer Junker­meier-Khan at jenjkhan@​umich.​edu at least one week in advance of the sched­uled event so we can arrange for your accom­mo­da­tion or an effec­tive alter­na­tive. After receiv­ing your request, our team will fol­low up with you directly. 

This Envi­sion Con­ver­sa­tions event is gen­er­ously sup­ported by the Michi­gan Coun­cil for Arts and Cul­tural Affairs (MCACA).