Posted by Cindy Bracker, Communications Director

NCECA is  very excited to share a session from the extremely popular Process Room.  For those of you who don’t already know, “Lively Experiments” marked the 3rd year of this popular aspect of NCECA Conference.  Each year, this “attraction” has grown, and we realize that many sessions were not just “standing room only”, but at several sessions, the fire marshall was actually barring people from entering the room.  NCECA is thrilled with the popularity of the process room, and we continue to learn and grow from the experiences (and experiments) of each conference.

For next year, we are already looking into larger spaces for the process room, and are considering a variety of other options as well.  In the mean time, We hope you enjoy the opportunity to relive (or experience for the first time) Robert Lawarre’s session:

Adding Volume and Movement to Static Forms with Texture

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