A world-renowned contemporary artist is coming to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
The Department of Visual Arts welcomes animator Amy Lockhart. Amy Lockhart is a filmmaker, animator and artist. Her animations have screened at festivals nationally and internationally, including the Ann Arbor Film Festival and International Animation Festival in Hiroshima, Japan. Lockhart has received fellowship at the National Film Board of Canada and support from the Canada Council for the Arts. She has completed residencies at Calgary’s Quickdraw Animation Society, Struts Gallery, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and The California Institute of the Arts. Drawn & Quarterly published Dirty Dishes, a book of her paintings, sculptures and drawings in 2009. Her work was recently included in Afterimage at DePaul University Art Gallery and Not Bad For London at Michael Gibson Gallery.
During her visit, Amy will give an Artist Talk and a Workshop
Friday, October 11th, 11AM to 12PM, Fletcher Hall Room 134
Stop Motion Workshops
Fletcher Hall, Room 125
Friday, October 11th, 1PM - 4PM
Saturday, October 12th, 1PM - 4PM
**Space if limited, email email@example.com to RSVP**
Visit the artiist's website here: http://amylockhart.ca/