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Randall International Chair to present artist talk on interactions in public spaces
Alfred University’s Division of Foundations, with support from the Dean’s Office, School of Art and Design, will present an artist talk with Daniel Brag, the Division’s Theodore Randall International Chair, on Wednesday, March 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.
The presentation and discussion is open to the public free of charge.
Brag will present some of his current artwork, which meditates upon the poetics of time and the politics of interaction in public spaces.
Originally from Pfullendorf, Germany, Brag graduated from the Munich Academy of Fine Arts. He has served as a member of the German Artists Guild and a curator of the academy gallery at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts. He has received a number of grants and awards for his work and been a visiting artist at several art institutions, including the University of Wisconsin and the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy.
Brag is the current Theodore Randall International Chair in Foundations, a resident artist/teaching position established in 2007 to honor the legacy of Theodore Randall, the architect of Alfred’s School of Art and Design and a prominent artist in the field of ceramic art.