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The Water of Life: Artistic Expressions Opening
Date: March 21 6:00 PM
Location: FedEx Global Education Center
To coincide with World Water Day, Allen Anderson and Brooks de Wetter-Smith will showcase Iceblink, a multimedia meditation on the Antarctic with live accompaniment from eight musicians, a soprano and a narrator. This musical performance is hosted in conjunction with The Water of Life: Artistic Expressions, a multi-faceted art exhibit featuring original oil paintings by UNC student Caroline Orr, a site-specific art installation by UNC Hanes Visiting Artist-in-Residence Bright Ugochukwu Eke and global water images submitted to the 2012-2013 Carolina Global Photography Competition. A brief artist talk will follow the multimedia performance, and then guests will be invited to an art viewing and reception. This event is hosted by the UNC Art Department, Department of Music and UNC Global with support from the African Studies Center. Photo by Brooks de Wetter-Smith.
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