Join History Colorado on Wednesday, November 16 at 1-2 pm as they welcome Sarah Aziz, Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of New Mexico. Aziz will be speaking as part of History Colorado’s Rosenberry Lecture Series, which brings speakers from around Colorado and the United States to shed new light on topics in Colorado history.
A recipient of the MacDowell Fellowship for artistic excellence, Sarah Aziz tags, tracks, draws and builds with tumbleweeds because they defy human made borders and ask new questions of indigeneity and invasiveness. During her talk, she will share her plans for an upcoming project in the San Luis Valley of Southwestern Colorado, where she will orchestrate a series of experimental, interactive building events.
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