World-renowned performance artist Ernesto Pujol, the Warnock artist-in-residence at the department of art and art history, will be leading overnight group performance beginning Thursday at about 5:30 p.m. The performance, titled “Awaiting,” is a collaboration between Pujol, students at the U and local artists.
The Desert Secrets exhibition features the work of seven photographers, but most of the photographs on display were taken by either Patrick Nagatani or Trevor Paglen. The two approach a similar theme8212;clandestine military operations in the American southwest8212;from opposite ends of the conceptual spectrum.
Perceptive students have probably already noticed the giant, 40-foot, candy and pin-covered wooden arrow resting on the concrete between OSH and the Marriott Library. A few of the more enterprising have also probably noticed that the path suggested by the arrow leads through the art building, which just so happens to be hosting the art department’s annual student art show, a juried exhibition with artwork selected from a pool of more than 200 entries from students in the art and art history departments.