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Creative collaboration topic of March 19 presentation

Ann McCutchan, associate professor of EnglishTwo artists will discuss the ongoing evolution of their artistic friendship, the works they’ve created together and with others, and the value and challenges of working with artists outside one’s discipline March 19.

Since meeting in 1993 at an artist residency, Texas-based writer/musician and associate professor of English Ann McCutchan, right, and Baltimore visual artist Pat Alexander have collaborated on numerous intermedia projects. These include a video, book and a work incorporating original music, dance, theater and dynamic sculpture. 

The presentation, Two Artists + Three Disciplines: Notes From 20-Year Collaboration, will be at 7 p.m. in Sage Hall, Room 176.

A professional clarinetist for more than 30 years, McCutchan specialized in contemporary music, frequently collaborating with composers. When she shifted her focus to writing, her work with Alexander helped forge connections between music and words and expanded visual elements.

McCutchan, who teaches creative writing at UNT, is the author of four books, nine libretti or lyric texts for musical works, and numerous essays and articles on creativity and the arts

The need to consider music and text when collaborating with McCutchan has enlivened Alexander’s exploration of painting, drawing and installation. Alexander’s work has been widely exhibited in the United States as well as Japan and Germany.  She has received numerous foundation awards as well as residency grants in Turkey, France, Spain and Newfoundland. 

Alexander has been a professor of fine arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art since 1993.

Posted on: Mon 11 March 2013

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