21 January 2016, 6pm
Liza Lou will be one of four speakers taking part in the discussion ‘The Visual Arts: Making Democracy Visible’. Lou, along with artist Ramiro Gomez, poet and critic Edward Hirsch and writer Lawrence Weschler, will discuss the role of visual art in creating, defining and critiquing the American democratic vision.
The talk is part of The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy’s ‘The Arts and the Culture of Democracy’ series.
This event is open to the public and admission is free.
‘The Visual Arts: Making Democracy Visible’