Nov 9, 2016; 7:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Location: UCF Art Gallery

Please join us in the Gallery for

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Ed Woodham

November 9 at 3pm       




Ed Woodham is a multi-disciplinary artist and arts educator dedicated to working in public space. He is best known for the public art project, Art in Odd Places (AiOP), a festival that happens along the length of 14th Street in Manhattan every October and has expanded to cities around the globe.


AiOP: PLAY is scheduled to happen in Orlando, FL Nov. 11-13.


In conjunction with AiOP: PLAY, UCF Faculty and students will create AiOP UCF  November 9 & 10 with performances and installations throughout site-specific areas on campus.



About Ed Woodham:

For more than 25 years, Ed Woodham has been active in community art, education, and civic interventions, across a variety of media and cultural contexts. An accomplished visual and performance artist, puppeteer, and curator, Woodham draws on a diverse range of influences from Fluxus and Situationism to Jane Jacobs, John Cage, and Gordon Matta-Clark. He employs humor, irony, subtle detournement, and a striking visual style in order to encourage greater consideration of–and provoke deeper critical engagement with–the urban environment.