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“The Nature of Time” with Lizzy Arden, Tatiana Ortiz-Rubio, and Josh Tonies

Fri, Dec 23


Virtual Event

“The Nature of Time” with Lizzy Arden, Tatiana Ortiz-Rubio, and Josh Tonies

VIRTUAL event via zoom. RSVP for link. The artists will talk about their creative processes, show examples of their work, and discuss the piece they created for the exhibit. Talks will be about 20 minutes long with time for Q & A.

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Time & Location

Dec 23, 2022, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST

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About the workshop


Lizzy Arden holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Book Arts + Printmaking (2019) from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. She creates artist’s books and zines using photography, silkscreen, and low tech intervensions. Her work is informed by a strong interest in women's relationships and their roles in society. She has participated in numerous exhibitions across the country and her work is represented in collections at the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, The Morgan Conservatory, in Cleveland, Ohio, Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, and The Soapbox’s Zine Library Collections in Philadelphia.


Tatiana Ortiz-Rubio is a Mexican artist who received her MFA at the New York Academy of Art and currently teaches at the University of San Diego. Ortiz-Rubio’s work is focused around the inquiry of time. Her work contemplates time’s unreachable nature, the relativity of the present, the infinite, creation, and death. Ortiz-Rubio has shown her work in Mexico, the United States, and the Dominican Republic.


Josh Tonies is an artist who works with drawing and the moving image. His work centers around temporary ecological studies that take form as animation and works on paper. Growing up in the rural Midwest provided a rich ecological backdrop that inspired wonder and stewardship, but it was a challenging social milieu for a queer kid who made comics and stop-motion animations for fun.

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