Julie Ault, James Benning, and William Least Heat-Moon: Histories of Place

Tues, May 6, 2014
7 pm

Julie Ault’s practice frequently engages with fellow artists through collaboration and sustained dialogue. For this evening Biennial program, Ault has invited filmmaker James Benning and writer William Least Heat-Moon to discuss their shared interests in the personal, cultural, political and geographical histories of place. The dialogue will investigate vital points of contact between Benning’s and Least Heat-Moon’s practices.

$8 general admission; $6 senior citizens and students.

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