Faculty Brown Bag: National Park Service Artist in Residence, Tori Meyer, School of Communications

| December 2, 2014


The School of Communications invites the Webster community to a Faculty Brown Bag presentation by associate professor Tori Meyer at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 3, in the Sunnen Lounge.

As an Artist in Residence with the National Park Service for 2014-2015, Meyer is creating multi-media installations for specific parks that include sound design, original musical score, and photography. This work is on display in the park museum for a minimum of one year, seen by over 500,000 people annually.

As “artist” is a broadly defined term by the National Park Service, many people are eligible for such an honor in various disciplines. Meyer will discuss the application process overall and what to expect of your time if accepted.


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  1. Christina Gilbert says:

    This is awesome, Tori! Congrats!

  2. Patty says:

    It was a wonderful presentation. Looking forward to hearing about your next park experience.

  3. Francine says:

    What a terrific presentation. I would suggest a repeat performance and include one for students too!