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Three fellows to spend academic year pursuing artistic visions

Three faculty members will be fellows of the Institute for the Advancement of the Arts for the 2010-11 academic year. The designation allows them to pursue areas of interest and expertise. Fellows are:

  • David Bithell, assistant professor in the College of Music
  • Bruce Bond, Regents Professor in the Department of English
  • Lesli Robertson, lecturer in the College of Visual Arts and Design

David BithellBithell, left, will work on a composition for the New York-based new music ensemble Yarn/Wire. The work — which will use interactive audio, video, and sensors — is scheduled to premiere in Spring 2011 in New York as part of Yarn/Wire’s annual season.   

Bruce BondBond, right, plans to write a full-length book of poems provisionally titled The Fire Breather. The book concerns the mysterious ways in which the mind is connected to the body or has some causality over the body, Bond said. He plans to include personal poems about family illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Lesli RobertsonRobertson, left, will travel to Uganda in November to continue research about bark cloth made from the mutuba tree. She is organizing an exhibition of the works of contemporary artists who use bark cloth to be displayed in Spring 2011 at the UNT Art Gallery. The cloth is used ceremonially and artistically, and is gaining contemporary relevance as an environmentally friendly material. Robertson’s research began in 2005. 

Robertson photo courtesy of Brad Flowers.

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