The series Political Art and the Public Sphere will continue with "Dangerous Correlations," a look at the work of multimedia artist Matt Schultz, at 6 p.m. Monday, March 26, in Brookens Auditorium.
Schultz is a student in UIS' Visual Arts program. His presentation will consider the use of symbols in propaganda and some of the ways that iconic propaganda used during World War II resonates with present-day American politics. Series facilitator Richard Gilman-Opalsky notes "Matt's work is jarring and controversial, not designed for passive enjoyment." Read more>>