NewsSculptures, Photographs and Graphic Novel Displayed at Marlboro
Marlboro, VT (April 23, 2007)—Sculpture, photographs and a graphic novel will be exhibited by Marlboro College seniors as part of their Plan of Concentration from Friday, May 4 to Thursday May 10 in the Drury Gallery. There is an opening reception on Friday, May 4 at 6:00 p.m.
Eva Salomon will exhibit of a collection of knit, felted and sewn soft sculptures, mostly of food, in My Mother Moocha’s Table. Salomon’s Plan examines sculpture, art history and includes a study of Japanese plastic food. Her sculpture is also featured in Jonna Rose’s dance performance, Wonder in Aliceland.
Maggie Cassidy will exhibit photographs taken in Chicago and other cities in City Life: Photographs of the Urban Environment. An American studies and photography major, she focuses on the aesthetic approaches to the urban built environment. Cassidy’s Plan includes an examination of reform movements in Chicago from 1871-1909 and photography in the city from 1970-1990.
Maggie Jones will exhibit Cephalopods, a black and white graphic novel. Her Plan, in political theory, explores “some of the big questions about apathy, desire and the personal narrative.”
Drury Gallery is open Sunday through Friday, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. during exhibits.
For more details, call Kathy Reynolds in the Marlboro College public affairs office at (802) 251-7644 or log on to our Web site www.marlboro.edu and click on the “News” links.