With Time

Bill T. Jones presents The Life Of An Idea: Investigating Belonging, Appropriating And Adapting In The Context Of Time
April 24, 2012 8:00 PM
Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium
Bill T. Jones presents The Life Of An Idea: Investigating Belonging, Appropriating And Adapting In The Context Of Time
April 24, 2012 8:00 PM
Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium
Presenters:
Bill T. Jones

This final lecture will inevitably deal with the passage of time and the transition in Jones’s thinking about art-making. He will also take up the constant fight for relevance, inspiration, and the tenacity necessary to sustain a creative life – a life he calls “participation in the world of ideas.”

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“With Time”
This final lecture will inevitably deal with the passage of time and the transition in Jones’s thinking about art-making. He will also take up the constant fight for relevance, inspiration, and the tenacity necessary to sustain a creative life – a life he calls “participation in the world of ideas.”

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