Collaborations in Comparative Arts
Son Lux speaks with Comparative Arts students.
Comparative arts hosted two guests in the month of November. Indie composer Son Lux visited campus to teach master classes to students in music composition classes and to compose a piece for Comparative Arts’ April performance.
The other guest, Terri Sarris, is a University of Michigan-based filmmaker. Sarris spent her time on campus collaborating with students to create a 16mm film that will be incorporated into the April performance, Neruda’s Suitcase.
Lastly, Comparative Arts instructor Niki Conraths-Lange, along with Visual Arts chair Mindy Ronayne, presented at the Art Schools Network conference in Dallas, Texas about collaboration and outreach in the Comparative Arts program.