Honors College Alumni Reception at Light City
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Several members of the UMBC community will be showing work at Light City, including Symmes Gardner, director of UMBC’s Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, who will exhibit a video installation titled “1,001 Lux;" UMBC associate professors of visual arts Kelley Bell, M.F.A. ’06, imaging and digital arts, and Corrie Parks, who will display a new work, “Project Aquaculture,” at the Columbus Center; and Colette Searls, chair of UMBC’s theatre department, who will be exhibiting a work that combines animation, live theater, and puppetry featuring a crab named Kendra. Mina Cheon, M.F.A. '02, imaging and digital arts, will exhibit an installation of light sculptures called Diamonds Light Baltimore, Adam Trice '04, English, will perform with the band Red Sammy, and staff member Delana Gregg M.A. '04, ISD, will perform with the group Fluid Movement.
UMBC will be a founding sponsor of LightCityU: Powering Social Change, a series of conferences (held concurrently with Light City) that will explore social innovation, health innovation, sustainability innovation, and creative innovation. UMBC President Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, will deliver keynote remarks at the social innovation conference on March 29.
For more information about Light City and Light City U, visit lightcity.org. To learn more about UMBC's 50th anniversary, head to 50.umbc.edu.