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South Texas College

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South Texas College

3201 W. Pecan

McAllen, Texas,78501

United States

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The American Wall - Contributors | The American Wall

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Scott Nicol - The American Wall
Scott Nicol Scott Nicol is an artist and educator living in south Texas. Scott is an instructor at South Texas College, and previously taught art courses in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. A founding member of No Border Wall and chair of the Sierra Club's Borderlands Team, he has been involved with the border wall issue since shortly after the passage of the Secure Fence Act. He lives in McAllen, Texas, roughly twelve miles from the Rio Grande.


The American Wall | The American Wall

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Six authorities in their fields-Charles Bowden, journalist and author of Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy's New Killing Fields; Professor Miguel Diaz-Barriga (Swarthmore College) and Dr. Margaret E. Dorsey (Indiana University), anthropologists; Professor Scott Nicol (South Texas College), artist and spokesperson for No Border Wall; Professor Denise Gilman (University of Texas Law School), a specialist in immigration law; and James Tryon, M.D. explore the experience of the American wall and place the debate in its international context.


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Professor Scott Nicol (South Texas College), artist and spokesperson for No Border Wall


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Scott Nicol • Sculpture
This piece is part of an exhibit by Scott Nicol called, "Transpiration," made of three different sets of branches with areas covered by beeswax on display at Galeria 409 until April 23. The pieces titled "Transpiration" are about exploring the life of the wood, says Nicol, who teaches art at South Texas College. "Generally when we look at trees they seem very static," he said. "I got that piece and I thought it was going to be a big vertical standing kind of tripod thing, and then as I kind of worked with it I realized that that wasn’t the way it needed to be," Nicol said.


www.texasmonthly.com

Six authorities in their fields-Charles Bowden, journalist and author of Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy's New Killing Fields; Professor Miguel Diaz-Barriga (Swarthmore College) and Dr. Margaret E. Dorsey (Indiana University), anthropologists; Professor Scott Nicol (South Texas College), artist and spokesperson for No Border Wall; Professor Denise Gilman (University of Texas Law School), a specialist in immigration law; and James Tryon, M.D.-explore the experience of the American wall and place the debate in its international context.


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