Watch and Listen: 2009 Edelman Lecture with Kathleen Dean Moore
March 26, 2009
Pacific Northwest College of Art welcomed environmental writer Kathleen Dean Moore as the speaker for the 2009 Edelman Lecture on March 10 in the Swigert Commons.
Moore’s timely and compelling lecture explored the question: “The search for a new worldview will be — it must be — the greatest exercise of the human imagination the world has ever seen. What is (and what is not) the work of the artist in this time and this place?”
Listen to Kathleen Dean Moore’s lecture:
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