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showing | thinking 2017

Sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History & The Dalton Gallery

Date: Tuesday, March 28–Saturday, April 22

This exhibition opens with a "conversation on process" in the Dalton Gallery at 1:00 on Tuesday, March 28th.

Please join us for an artist talk by Kirk Visiting Artist Maria Korol on Thursday, April 13 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 101 of the Dana Fine Arts Building with a reception to follow in Dalton Gallery.

 

Location: The Dalton Gallery, Dana Fine Arts Building

The sixth in a series of exhibitions on this theme, showing | thinking provides an opportunity for participants to assemble and articulate their individual, creative processes.  This year’s exhibition features the creative and scholarly processes of Professors Mary Cain, Bridget Roosa, and Nicole Stamant, Librarian Casey Long and Kirk Visiting Artist Maria Korol.

The very notion of this exhibition is provocative and radical: it asks the participants to be vulnerable and potentially to expose incomplete ideas, scattered and collected thoughts, unfinished works, and unexpected inspirations as they delve into and bring out the methods and spaces through and in which their thinking, creating, revising and refining happens.

 

This exhibition and its programmed events are free and open to the public.