Sculpture: News and Events
Tuesday, October 23, 4:15 p.m.
280 S. Columbus Dr., room 122
Working primarily with the concept of reuse, Heather Mullins builds interactive sculpture, spaces, functional products, and furniture. Through built objects, environments, and experiences, Mullins works to maximize the existing function of space, materials, and systems in place. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Montana State University in 2005 and Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2008.
An artist, educator, and advocate of hands-on learning and sustainability, Heather Mullins began making products under the name Relevant ReUse in 2008.
Relevant ReUse focuses on creating handmade functional objects out of reused and recycled materials. Everything made is a one of a kind creation and is uniquely functional and fashionable. Every piece is designed and built based on the existing capabilities of the chosen materials and all materials are reused or cast off from local construction, art, industrial production, or sports equipment.