Nancy Selvage engages herself and others in an exploratory process by altering and concentrating the experience of space and substance in her sculptural installations. This artwork is often created in response to environmental concerns. Her illustrated presentation will explore the expressive development and impact of these concerns on her art practice. Included will be a preview of the art project she is designing for the new Green Line Extension station at College Avenue/Tufts.

Sculpture Made in Response to Environmental Concerns

The Environmental Studies Program is excited to announce that our Lecture Series, formerly known as “Environmental Studies Lunch & Learn” has been renamed “Hoch Cunningham Environmental Lectures”. This lecture series is made possible thanks to the generosity of Daphne Hoch-Cunningham J82, A18P and Roland Hoch A85, A19P.

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