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Interactive Art Presentation Offered at OKCU

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“The Fiber of Our Being” by Morgan Robinson

Artist Morgan Robinson will be spending a year in residence at Oklahoma City University and will offer several interactive public presentations at OCU’s Norick Art Center.

Robinson’s four-part series, titled “Blurring the Lines of Possibilities,” kicks off from 5 to 8 p.m. Sept. 13 at the center, located at N.W. 26th Street and Blackwelder Avenue. The free presentation begins with a talk by Robinson and continues on to a studio art experience. Pizza will be served. Limited space is available.

Robinson said the presentation will focus on distortion and “the kaleidoscope effect that you get by distorting the world around you.”

The series will continue from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 11, Jan. 17 and March 21.

Also during the year, Robinson will build and install artwork around the campus and teach a course in sculpture.

Originally from Stillwater, Robinson has exhibited his art in Oklahoma, Colorado and Japan. He has worked as a professional artist for nine years and works primarily with wood and metal. He holds a BFA in sculpture from the University of Central Oklahoma. For more information, or to register for the Sept. 13 presentation, contact OCU School of Visual Arts Director Heather Lunsford at [email protected].

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