Walley Films

The Work of Filmmakers Mark & Angela Walley

The Moody Center for The Arts at Rice University was designed by renowned Los Angeles-based architect Michael Maltzan. The architect’s striking contemporary design, with its bold geometric shapes and inviting transparency, creates a beacon on Rice’s campus while affirming the Moody’s mission to foster connections across disciplines. The Moody’s inaugural programming includes Olafur Eliasson’s Green Light Artistic Workshop, photographs by Thomas Struth, a large-scale installation by the Tokyo art collective teamLab, a video installation by Diana Thater, a new 3-D paintbrush developed by Google, the production of An Iliad—a reimagining of Homer’s classic for the modern world, and internationally acclaimed Beirut-born Palestinian artist Mona Hatoum as the first artist-in-residence. The Moody offers a new meeting place of the arts, humanities and sciences, and of the public and the academic world, with exhibition spaces open and free to all. Learn more at moody.rice.edu

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