Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist: William Cordova

5:30 pm
Richards Hall Room: 15
Additional Info: RH
School of Art, Art History & Design, 402-472-5522, schoolaahd@unl.edu
The Hixson–Lied Visiting Artist & Scholar Lecture Series presents William Cordova.

William was born in Lima, Peru, and moved to Miami, Florida, at an early age. He graduated with a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and later earned an MFA from Yale University. His practice is focused on reconciling ideas of displacement and transition through ephemeral residue and vernacular architecture that continually shifts, shaping what could be described as our contemporary situation. He sees vernacular architecture as a symbol of necessity and resilience and a form of invoking a presence. In recent years, Cordova has been documenting former spaces of the Black Panther Party chapter locations.

Free and open to the public.

Additional Public Info:
Parking is available in the Stadium Drive Parking Garage, caddy corner to Richards Hall, on the corner of Stadium Drive and T Street.

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