<em>Mai-Thu Perret: An Ideal for Living</em>: Found Objects as Social Commentary<br /> | UMMA Events University of Michigan | Museum of Art (UMMA)
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Mai-Thu Perret: An Ideal for Living: Found Objects as Social Commentary

Bring your own found objects or choose from a fun selection on hand and create a three-dimensional assemblage sculpture. Found art was a radical movement, with one writer describing it as “the artist's designation of the object as art, which is nearly always reinforced with a title.” What will yours be called? This workshop is inspired by the UMMA exhibition Mai-Thu Perret: An Ideal for Living, on view through March 13, 2011.
Saturday, 12 March, 2011
10 a.m.1 p.m.

Instructor: Christy Kelly-Bentgen
$27 UMMA and AAAC Members and UM students/$35 non-members; lab fee $10, materials included
Advance registration is required. Register online at annarborartcenter.org.


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