THE MOBILE STUDIO STUDIO PRESENTS: RE-IMAGINING ALABAMA SCHOOLYARDS FINAL REVIEWS
Please join us for the MLA Studio 2 Final Reviews November 29th and 30th between 1-5 pm in the Dudley Gallery, the glass triangle on the courtyard. The studio has been working with three schools in Lee, Macon, and Montgomery Counties and has been exploring the question: What can a school ground be? We would welcome your thoughtful critique on the work.
You are invited to the Exhibition Opening of Re-Imagining Schoolyards:
an Auburn University, Master of Landscape Architecture Collaboration
With Notasulga School, D.C.Wolfe and the Fews School.
Discussion and Reception to be held
at the Shiloh Rosenwald School in Notasulga
December 8th 2012: noon-5:00pm.
7 Shiloh Road
Notasulga, AL 36866
Hosted by the Shiloh Community Restoration Foundation, Inc.
WE INVITE ARTISTS AROUND THE WORLD TO SUBMIT 11×17 POSTERS THAT EXPRESS THEIR WISH FOR CHANGE INSPIRED BY THE LIFE WORKS OF ROSA PARKS ON THE OCCASION OF HER 100TH BIRTHDAY. THE SERIES, ALONG WITH 100 LOCAL MONTGOMERY VOICES WILL BECOME PART OF A TRAVELING EXHIBITION DREAMED BY THE ROSA PARKS MUSEUM IN MONTGOMERY ALABAMA AND THE MOBILE STUDIO.
The scarlet paper-making pavillion became a crossroads of hands-on civic engagement, as wishes inspired by Rosa Parks life works were drafted and handmade paper was created for the posters that will broadcast these wishes as messages, as art across the neighborhoods of Montgomery in honor of her upcoming 100th birthday.
The Mobile Studio is an intermedia collective that studies, re-presents, and re-imagines contemporary Alabama landscapes through co-creative art making and events in the field. The studio provides spaces and processes of interdisciplinary exchange and collaboration between Auburn University students, faculty, and citizens throughout the state. Between the disciplines of art, landscape architecture, public history, watershed ecology, and community planning, the Mobile Studio is committed to extending educational opportunities that result in the transformation of the built environment by fostering and extending local capacities.