One or several

By CHRIS THOMPSON  |  July 25, 2007

Can one think these things without practicing them, or before one commits to practicing them?

Says Weslien, “What I imagine and what actually happens when a visiting artist arrives and is brought into the complexity of the Summer Intensive are never the same. Unexpected revelations and encounters come about that could only be hoped for, but never planned.”

Bracha L. Ettinger will give a public lecture at the Maine College of Art at 6:30pm on Monday, July 30; Porteous Building, 522 Congress Street, second floor.

Chris Thompson teaches at the Maine College of Art. He can be reached at: xxtopher@hotmail.com

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