August 18, 12pm
New Time: The event will now begin at 12:00 PM (it was previously listed as 7:00 PM).
Join us Tuesday, August 18, at 12:00 PM, on the Tang’s Instagram for a live discussion. Caroline Coxe ’20, the 2019-2020 Eleanor Linder Winter ’43 Intern at the Tang, and artist Kate Daughdrill will discuss ecosexuality, earth art, and life at Burnside Farm, Daughdrill’s home, urban farm, and art center.
Tune in via Instagram Live!
Kate Daughdrill is an artist, urban farmer, writer, and speaker based in Detroit. She earned a BA in Studio Art and Political & Social Thought from the University of Virginia and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Recent projects include Detroit SOUP, a monthly dinner that funds micro-grants for creative projects in Detroit, and the Edible Hut, a community space with a living, edible roof in a public park in Detroit’s Osborn neighborhood. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Cranbrook Art Museum, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Kunstverein Wolfsburg. Daughdrill lives and works on Burnside Farm on Detroit’s east side. She is currently cultivating gatherings and dinners that explore the connections between plants, ceremony, and artistic energy. She is also focusing on her writing, offering talks, and immersing herself in learning experiences to deepen her integration of meditation, wildness, yoga, and artistic practice.