Cancelled: What a Lawyer Can Learn about Creativity from an Artist

Wednesday February 1st, 2017 - 3:30 PM
The work of artist Aaron Fein, shares with the practice of law, a search for a resolution between the tensions of opposing ideas. Through his thoughtful examination of, and experimentation with, formal and conceptual relationships, Fein synthesizes often disparate objects and ideas from our everyday world into new and unforeseen possibilities. Both an architect and sculptor, he is currently exploring the boundaries of large-scale, digitally embroidered textiles.
Speakers: Aaron Fein
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