Art & Environment Gallery
Opening reception for "Transverse Waves" Monday, September 14 2015, 4:30-5:30 PM.
Now on display in the Ford Commons, Dana Building
Takeshi Takahara is a printmaker, Emeritus Professor of Art, and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design. The 4:30 p.m. reception on September 14 will feature a 30-minute discussion with the artist followed by a question-and-answer session.
About the gallery
The Art & Environment Gallery is sponsored by the School of Natural Resources & Environment and located in the Ford Commons on the first floor of the Samuel Trask Dana Building at 440 Church Street between the Chemistry Building and Randall Lab. The gallery opened in February 2012 to draw more attention to the influence of art in shaping our understanding of science and nature.
It features local and national artists whose work speaks to how people interact and understand the environment. The exhibits rotate every eight weeks and are presented in five showcases in the Dana Building’s central community space for students, staff, and faculty.
“This gallery draws attention to the intersecting values, both artistically and scientifically, of art and the environment." “Because of the way SNRE’s curriculum embraces interdisciplinary fields, it is a natural place to host this gallery. We are bringing art to our school to strengthen our sense of community and facilitate dialogue among students, faculty and staff in the spirit of green-building philosophy." ~ Sara Adlerstein, SNRE Associate Research Scientist and gallery organizer and curator.
Find out more in this feature article by Ann Arbor's eCurrent Magazine.