Redux relaunches dichotomous lecture series in March 

Seeing Double

Once again, Redux is rounding up an eclectic group of speakers for their semiannual Double Vision Lecture Series. The free series will take place at 6 p.m. on Mondays, March 15-April 5. Each night, two speakers will discuss wildly different subjects. Afterwards, the audience is free to discuss the conceivable or inconceivable relationships between the topics.

On March 15, Ashley Harwood will talk about her career in fine craft, and Kate Quigley will address some new challenges that fisherman need to overcome because of new federal regulations. On March 22, Donna Hurt will share her artwork and discuss the challenges of being an artist with a message, and Mitchell Davis will explore the way media works in our minds and how it affects the world around us. Next up are speakers Robert Lange and Dr. Patrick Lovegrove on March 29; Lange will discuss the use of simple tools to create great works of art while Lovegrove talks about a customized holistic regimen using supplements, nutrition, and hormones to slow the aging process. To close out the last day of Double Vision, Sandy Logan and Joelle Neulander talk about their respective fields on April 5. Logan brings forth the subject of “invention versus inauthenticity in architecture,” namely in Charleston. Neulander explores how radio influences people’s identity and political views on a national scale.

For more information, call (843) 722-0697.



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