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Wheaton Conversation: Paige L Morris and Josefina Munoz Torres

May 25, 2023 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Paige L. Morris
Paige Lizbeth Morris is an interdisciplinary artist and educator in Philadelphia, PA. Building upon her foundation in glass, Morris utilizes material poetics, sound, and video performances to investigate alternative pleasures as a method for unlearning her patriarchal conditioning. These works have been exhibited internationally and included in Corning Museum of Glass’ annual publication, New Glass Review (#34, #41). Morris was recently awarded a 2023 Wind Challenge Exhibition at Fleisher Art Memorial. She has participated in residencies at Millersville University and Rochester Institute of Technology. She holds an MFA in Craft / Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University (2020) and a BFA with a concentration in glass from Tyler School of Art + Architecture (2012), where she is an Adjunct Professor.
Josefina Munoz Torres
Josefina Muñoz Torres (she/her) is a Chilean multidisciplinary visual artist whose research-driven practice examines space, architecture, and place in terms of their impact on political, social, and community formation. Josefina has shown her work and developed creative projects in South America, North America, Europe, and East Africa. She has worked on diverse public art pieces, including the recent commission of a large-scale permanent installation for The United Nations. Josefina is the co-founder and Director of Terrena Foundation, NGO that fosters and promotes collaborative practices from the arts. She is involved in ongoing community-based initiatives, currently working on southern-Patagonia islands. Josefina holds a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design (2013) and a BFA from Catholic University in Chile (2006).