Dumpster Dive Art Installation
December 3, 2021 through February 12, 2022
Institute for Human Science and Culture Atrium
Dumpster Dive is a site-specific work created by students in response to the environment of the Institute for Human Science and Culture’s 3rd floor atrium. Students used nontraditional materials to create their sculptures and to think outside the norms of 3-dimensional art, enveloping the installation's environment in a manner reminiscent of everyday encounters.
Students are part of the Art Installation course offered by the Myers School of Art, where they learned through lectures and studio practices about the medium, history, and evolution of installation art and its use by contemporary artists.
About the Myers School of Art:
At The University of Akron’s Mary Schiller Myers School of Art, students study side-by-side with talented and caring faculty members who are committed to helping turn aspirations into accomplishments. The mission of the Myers School of Art is to provide high quality education in the fine arts, art history, design, and art education. We provide excellence in teaching, research, and community service, contributing to the visual culture of the region and beyond. Learn more at www.uakron.edu/art/
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