As she enters her final month at the Torpedo Factory, Post-Grad Artist Lyric Prince shares about her experiences in the Post Grad Studio (Studio 12) in conversation with Liz Georges, board member at Arlington Arts Center. Hear about Lyric’s art studies, her professional work so far, and how this residency has inspired her work.
Part of Torpedo Factory’s monthly Late Shift Art Night, Friday March 9.
7:30 Reception, 8:00 Artist Talk
Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Prince received her bachelor’s of fine arts from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and recently completed a master’s in science, technology, and society from Drexel University in Philadelphia. Her interest pertains to cultural anthropology, specifically on how art can be designated for political and personal representation. Her practice is project-specific and often includes digital installations, paper sculpture and art criticism. She currently lives and works in D.C.
Liz Georges has devoted much personal and professional effort to promoting DC’s artists and DC’s art community. She sits on the Board of the Arlington Arts Center, one of the premiere contemporary arts organizations in the region, and has served as the Membership Director at Washington Project for the Arts. She is an instigator, a writer, a co-conspirator, a participant, an enthusiast, and a collector. When she’s not doing strange things in the name of art, Liz Georges is the Associate Director of Communications for North American Climate Change Policy at The Nature Conservancy.