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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Pennsylvania’s Coal and Gas History Through the Artwork of Joshua Reiman

By May 16, 2024June 3rd, 2024No Comments

Artist Joshua Reiman joined us to share and discuss his work exploring the natural, social, and political history of fossil fuels in Pennsylvania.

June 12: Join us for an online screening of Joshua’s short film, Time Washes Over Us, that explores mortality in the age of climate catastrophe. Q&A and discussion follows!

About Joshua Reiman

Joshua Reiman’s work is focused on spatial practice including sculpture, film, video, assemblage, and photography. His work has been exhibited in galleries, museums, and film festivals across the United States, Sweden, Germany, Estonia, Egypt, Iceland, France, Australia, Japan, and Morocco. Joshua is an Associate Professor at The Maine College of Art & Design, where he is also the Gary Ambrose Chair of Sculpture. He has an MFA in Sculpture from Syracuse University and a BFA in Sculpture from the Kansas City Art Institute. Reiman is also a published author, with his most recent essay in MetaSpace published by Distanz, Berlin. Joshua and his wife Addy and son Ole currently live in an 1880s brick house in Portland, ME with their dog Otto R. Mutt. Joshua was also once a Rubik’s Cube champion.

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