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March 11, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree
New media artist Elisabeth Pellathy, printmaker Scott Stephens, and sculptor Lee Somers will hold an artists’ talk to discuss their exhibition presently on display at ArtsRevive in conjunction with the Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibition. The Cahaba Watershed Project explores three visual themes around the Cahaba: its ecological and geological features, its natural resources, especially the coal, limestone, and iron ore mining that was the foundation of the early iron industry in the area; and its social history, from important battles in the Civil War to modern-day civil rights events and environmental issues.
The Selma Art Guild is pleased to partner with the Smithsonian Institution, the Alabama Humanities Foundation and Arts Revive to bring these artists to talk about their work. Join us at the Guild Sunday, March 11, 2018, at 2:00 PM to see the work, hear the artists and enjoy light refreshments. The Artist Talk is free and open to the public. Cahaba Watershed will be on display at ArtsRevive’s Carneal building, 3 Church Street, through April 8. Water/Ways is free and open to the public.