Harriet Hoover, drawing instructor in the Art Department, was interviewed by the News & Record regarding Art in Odd Places, a New York-based festival in which more than 40 artists from as far as Colorado and Minnesota brought new visual and performance art to downtown Greensboro earlier this month.

About the unconventional festival, which happened in a stretch from Lee Street to Market Street, Hoover commented in advance that “there are going to be so many surprises for folks.”

Sheryl Oring, assistant professor in the Art Department, and Xandra Eden, curator of exhibitions at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, curated the local project.

Art in Odd Places boasted 35 music, sound and dance performances, art installations, video projections, drawings and book art, which all revolved around the theme of “number.”

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