Join artist Sant Khalsa for a slide lecture, A River Runs Through Me
Join artist Sant Khalsa for a slide lecture, A River Runs Through Me. This free, public program is a part of Facing the Sublime in Water, CA.
The artist will discuss her three-decade interest in the Santa Ana River; her ongoing explorations into the meanings, mythologies, and metaphors associated with water; and the photographic and installation works that have resulted from her creative research.
According to Sant Khalsa:
"I have been photographing the 96-mile-long Santa Ana River and its expansive watershed for nearly three decades. My work is intended to create a contemplative space where one can sense the subtle and profound connections between themselves, the natural world and our constructed settings. These disquieting photographs address complex environmental and societal issues and reflect upon various ideas concerning my/our relationship with the river -- as place of community, economic resource, recreational site, natural habitat, sanctuary, and both source of life and destruction."
Visit Sant Khalsa at Water, CA for more information.
Funding for Facing the Sublime in Water, CA provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Steven B. and Kelly Sutherlin McLeod Family Foundation, Pasadena Water & Power, and Helen N. Lewis and the Estate of Marvin B. Meyer. Image courtesy Sant Khalsa.
Friday, November 2, 2012
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Armory Center for the Arts
145 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA 91103