Artist Matt Jenkins, who specializes in performance and environmental art, turned his attention to the water woes in Flint, Michigan, for his piece in Water Line: A Creative Exchange (see page X). With help from Lynna Kaucheck of the grassroots nonprofit Food & Water Watch, he was able to obtain Flint tap water, direct from the home of a fellow water activist, and incorporate it into his piece. Jenkins and Kaucheck will explain the how and why of the installation during an artist talk titled “Art, Democracy and Water” from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, September 20, at the Center for Visual Art, 965 Santa Fe Drive. Admission to the talk is free, but registration is recommended at msudenver.edu/cva.

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