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MST Professor and Guggenheim Fellow Brett Ingram’s award-winning documentary, “Roccaterrania” will be screened for FREE
at the Weatherspoon Art Museum on Thursday, March 18th, 2010 at 6:30p.m.

Rocaterrania is a feature length documentary exploring the secret world of scientific illustrator and visionary artist Renaldo Kuhler.

In the last four decades, seventy-six-year-old Renaldo Kuhler has created hundreds of plates for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, illustrating diverse flora and fauna for obscure scientific journals and reference books. Before the making of this documentary, no one knew that Kuhler is also a prolific visionary artist.

Rocaterrania unveils Kuhler’s astounding body of work to the world and reveals the powerful story of his life in the process. Among other themes, the film is about the insidious nature of conformity, the courage to be one’s true self, and the redemptive power of artistic creation. Featuring an eclectic original score by Merge Records recording artists Shark Quest.


Written by uncgmst

March 4, 2010 at 5:39 pm

Posted in News & Events

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