Lecture: Listening With Ears, Eyes, and Heart: A Gateway to Artistic Value in Unknown Places
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Rick Lowe is a Houston-based artist who has exhibited and worked nationally and internationally. Lowe is best known for Project Row Houses, a community-based art project that he started in Houston in 1993. Further community projects include the Watts House Project in Los Angeles, the Borough Project in Charleston, SC (with Suzanne Lacy and Mary Jane Jacobs), the Delray Beach Cultural Loop in Florida, and the Anyang Public Art Program 2010 in Anyang, Korea.
President Barack Obama appointed Lowe to the National Council on the Arts in 2013, and in 2014 he was named a MacArthur Fellow.
His work has appeared at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; Museum of Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles; Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York; Phoenix Art Museum; Kwangju Biennale, Kwangju, Korea; the Kumamoto State Museum, Kumamoto, Japan; and the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Among Mr. Lowe’s honors are the Rudy Bruner Awards in Urban Excellence, the AIA Keystone Award, the Heinz Award in the arts and humanities, the Skowhegan Governor’s Award, the Skandalaris Award for Art/Architecture, and a U.S. Artists Booth Fellowship.
This program is a partnership with The University of Oregon John Yeon Center for Architecture and the Landscape.
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