About the event

Join visual artist Elva Mulchrone who will describe her research-based practice and the transformative agency of interdisciplinary research and education based on several series of work, including her visual response and interpretive translation of large scale economic data about inequality into visual arts. She will discuss the parallels between artists, researchers and educators as creators of new ways of seeing, questioning, and producing world changing knowledge and action. This hybrid event will take place in Room 9207 at the CUNY Graduate Center, or online via Zoom. Click here to Register and join this event online via Zoom.

Prescription (unframed), installation, Acrylic and silkscreen and fabriano on wood, 40 x 30 cm (x10)

Event co-sponsored by Urban Education; Theater and Performance; Critical Psychology; Art Science Connect; PublicsLab, The Center for the Humanities, Public Science Project, Earth and Environmental Sciences.