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mag (Photo: Adam Fenster)

IMMERSED: Artist Nate Hodge created an “immersive painted environment” in the Hurlbut Gallery over four weeks this spring. Titled “Inhabited Space,” the painting suggests the continuous growth and evolution of a natural ecosystem. Hodge took an evolutionary approach himself, allowing the piece to unfold as he painted. He’s the recipient of the 2015 Lillian Fairchild Memorial Award, given annually by the Department of English to a local artist for commitment to arts in the community.