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Gooding and Goodpasture to give artist's talk

Erik Gooding, anthropologist, fancy dancer and flute player, and Carll Goodpasture, photographer and biologist who is visiting from Norway, will give a presentation on Friday, June 26, at 1:30 p.m. in the NDSU Memorial Union Gallery. The duo will discuss the environment and ethics, Black Elk and the northern Minnesota landscape, traditions and contemporary life.

Goodpasture’s exhibit, “Imaging Place,” is currently on display at the Memorial Union Gallery. According to Esther Hockett, visual arts and gallery coordinator, Goodpasture is one of the rare individuals who understands our place in the biological world and uses ideas from science integrated with art to promote environmental awareness.

"Given Carll's artistic abilities and his background in science, the viewer may not be fully aware of his inclusive, underlying goals, which at one level are as obvious as the subject in a picture, but at another level are as hidden as the instinct to preserve our own species," Hockett said.

Light refreshments, including wojape with fry bread and petite rosettes, will be served.


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