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Please join us for The East Side Art Stumble as we present a very eclectic group show. POIESIS started as an organic outgrowth within the student body of Vanderbilt Divinity School in relationship to the Religion in the Arts and Contemporary Culture Program. Its current format allows the group to further embrace its identity as a group of students that is drawn to the artistic and creative in relation to their theology. It provides space for student creativity and seeks to allow students the opportunity for artistic growth, expression, engagement, and incorporation within their degree program at Vanderbilt Divinity School.

POIESIS: is etymologically derived from the ancient term ποιέω, which translates "to make." The collective started as a way tohelp bring life to the community through creative offerings. The eclectic mix of recycled materials and the new life that is given to them in recycling and upcycling relates to our own practice of restoring and redeeming. Furthermore, the recycling and upcyclingof materials helps us to reclaim materials that would otherwise become detrimental to our environment.

Reclaim: ______ The blank is intentionally part of the title to give room for people to reclaim various things, whether this reclaiming pertains to materials, identities, ideals, or realities.

Their works can be viewed at: https://anchorlink.vanderbilt.edu/organization/POIESIS

This event is free and open to the public, snacks and drinks provided. The Green Gallery features a monthly sustainable art series, showcasing artists who create art through repurposing, upcycling and recycling materials. You can also catch our friends at Platetone. They are hosting "Postcard Party and Print Show." See you Saturday! .
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By: Turnip Green Creative Reuse