Colorado State Supreme Court Justice, water resource advocate and poet, Gregory J. Hobbs will be speaking at the UCCS Gallery of Contemporary Art’s H20: Water, Culture & Politics lecture series October 11th. The lecture series is presented in conjunction with Eric Tillinghast’s installation, Rain Machine.

Justice Hobbs sat down with Andrea Chalfin to read a few of his water poems and discussed his perspective of the sacred importance of water.
Gregory Hobbs’ Water World

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H20: Water, Culture & Politics
Colorado River Compact and Music of the Waters with Gregory J. Hobbs
7pm on Thursday, October 11 2012 – UCCS Campus – Centennial Hall
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Tillinghast’s installation, Rain Machine, is on exhibit at the Gallery of Contemporary Art at UCCS through December 7th of this year. The gallery is open Tuesday through Friday 12pm to 6pm.


One Response to Rain Machine: The Politics and Poetry of Water

  1. Daisy McConnell says:

    Thanks to KRCC for profiling Justice Hobbs, the H20 lecture series and the Rain Machine. Really looking forward to his talk tonight!


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