Join photographer Daniel Kukla and Zilkha Center staff for a discussion about the visual language of sustainability. Using our very own Class of 1966 Environmental Center as a case study, we will discover the form and function of environmental awareness at Williams—and seek to better understand their tensions and synergies. This program is presented with the Williams College Museum of Art and the Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives.
Daniel Kukla is a New York based photographer and video artist whose work complicates our understanding of landscape, space, and place. WCMA holds two of his photographs in its WALLS (Williams Art Loans for Living Spaces) collection.
Capacity for this lunchtime program is limited to 20. Please RSVP to Anne Kennedy at email@example.com.