Proposal Title

The Sky at Moriarty: Engaging Students in Collaborative Work

Author Type

Faculty

Location

Meet at U–Hall Atrium to walk to Lunder Arts Center

Start Date

24-3-2017 12:00 PM

End Date

24-3-2017 12:50 PM

Presentation Type

Installation

Abstract

Moriarty Library has stained glass windows that filter light from the heavens. We think of the sky as positioned outdoors, but the sky also exists within the space of the library, represented within pages of books. In October, Visiting Artist Aaron Krach led 102 First Year LUCAD students on a hunt to “find the sky” in Moriarty Library. The crowdsourced image and data gathering produced an artist’s book containing every image sourced, including citation, and an installation in Moriarty Library.

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Mar 24th, 12:00 PM Mar 24th, 12:50 PM

The Sky at Moriarty: Engaging Students in Collaborative Work

Meet at U–Hall Atrium to walk to Lunder Arts Center

Moriarty Library has stained glass windows that filter light from the heavens. We think of the sky as positioned outdoors, but the sky also exists within the space of the library, represented within pages of books. In October, Visiting Artist Aaron Krach led 102 First Year LUCAD students on a hunt to “find the sky” in Moriarty Library. The crowdsourced image and data gathering produced an artist’s book containing every image sourced, including citation, and an installation in Moriarty Library.