Naidus, students exhibit at Folklife Festival this weekend
Beverly Naidus, associate professor in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, will have her artwork And Now, Behind Curtain #2 on display at this year's Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle.
The work, an audience-participatory installation about the perils and rewards of being an activist is part of the Bread and Roses Exhibit in the Lopez Room at Seattle Center. The Festival runs May 25 - 28 and is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day. Naidus will give a public talk about the artwork every day at 2 p.m.
In addition, posters by students from her T ARTS 406 Labor, Globalization and Art course will be on display.
Naidus is an artists and the author of Arts for Change: Teaching Outside the Frame (New Village Press, 2009).