Sightlines checks in on Liss LaFleur teaching, making art from home

Liss LaFleur, CVAD assistant professor​While the coronavirus stay-at-home-work-safe order is still in place, Sightlines recently reached out to Liss LaFleur, assistant professor, Department of Studio Art, to check on "how some in our cultural community are coping."

LaFleur, an interdisciplinary artist who works with video, new media, and performance art has is now teaching her art classes online. Through email, Sitelines caught up about what this “new normal” looks like for both a practicing artist and arts educator. Read the interview.

 

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