Campbell Lecture Series

Mel Chin: Internationally Renown Conceptual Visual Artist

Mel Chin: Internationally Renowned Conceptual Visual Artist | Tuesday, Nov. 12 | Wednesday, Nov. 13 | 6 p.m. | Moody Center for the Arts

Mel Chin’s art employs a wide range of approaches, from unique, idiosyncratic objects to operations that require multidisciplinary collaboration. He insists that projects in the public field are dosed with a rigorous pragmatism and an elevated poetic. Chin’s studio work is notably without a signature style resulting in works suffused with a deeply considered restraint or excess to promote an unpredictable aesthetic.

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Rice School of Humanities

The Campbell Lecture Series is organized by the School of Humanities Dean’s Office, with generous support from the Campbell Foundation. The mission of the lecture series is to bring distinguished scholars in the arts, literature and humanities to Rice to discuss their work and career, while supporting engagement between scholar and student.