Past Event
Visual and Dramatic Arts
Sunday, November 22
‘Impressions’ Mavis C. Pitman Exhibition

About the Event

IMPRESSIONS
Zoom artist talk: Friday, November 6 at 7:00 PMRecorded talk available at:
vimeo.com/ricemediacenter

Alexa Atkins
Terrence Liu
works on view on view: Nov 16-22
10am-5pm, Monday-Friday
EBB film screening Monday Nov 16, 7pm
ER Gallery, Sewall Hall 4th floor, room 402

Jose Martinez Negrete
Braden Perryman
works on view: Nov 5 -11
10am-5pm, Monday-Friday
ER Gallery, Sewall Hall 4th floor, room 402
Sculpture Courtyard, Sewall Hall 2nd floor, outdoor courtyard

 

Life often overcomes hardships, even when it seems all but gone.

There exists a cycle of ambiguity that demonstrates the vast potential of interpretation, thus leading to self-revelations that could not exist without hardship.
Life persists even when it seems almost impossible, and the impressions left on us by its struggle are remarkable.

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Alexa Atkins
Ebb
Film screening at Rice Cinema
Monday, November 16 at 7 PM
Event link here
Film will be available post screening at: vimeo.com/ricemediacenter

The push of industrialization, the pull of encroaching tides and floodwaters: Freeport and the surrounding areas of Surfside and Quintana are in constant flux.
This project began shortly after Hurricane Harvey and continued until stopped by Covid-19 limitations.
Originally intended to be shown as a projection surrounded by found objects from Surfside Beach, Freeport, and Quintana, this work will now be shown as a standalone short film in Rice Cinema.

Terrance Liu
Photography on view at ER Gallery
Sewall Hall, 4th floor, room 402

The distant observation of the space left by temporal existence and the residue within.

 

Jose Martinez Negrete
Photography on view at ER Gallery
Sewall Hall, 4th floor, room 402
Nov 5 -11
10am-5pm, Monday-Friday

The Third Ward is made up of individuals whose stories are often overlooked or overshadowed by the reputation that plagues the communities.

Braden Perryman
Sculpture on view at Sculpture Courtyard
Sewall Hall, 2nd floor, in courtyard
Nov 5 -11
10am-5pm, Monday-Friday

Successive steps might have led one to take it, at first sight, for strongly resembling itself.

 

The Mavis C Pitman Exhibition has been underwritten by the Mavis C. Pitman Endowment and the Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts. For more information, please visit www.vada.rice.edu or call 713-348-4882.

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