Friday, April 17, 2009

Tonight - Dunedin Fine Art Center

Gallery Talk - 6:00
Opening Reception - 7:00-9:00
From their website:
Join us as curator Mindy Solomon and Arrowmont artists Meagan Chaney and Nigel Rudolph offer insight into the world of contemporary crafts... In craft-ed!, Solomon has put together crafts that push the traditional boundaries. She notes that " The works selected for this exhibition are contemporary in their expression and in some cases pose more questions than answers. In a technologically advanced society where so many utilitarian objects can be mass produced, the handmade object can transcend intended use, offering an intellectual platform to convey personal narratives." Question & Answer with Charles Parkhill and Kim Michelle Coakley to follow.
If you're in the area, stop by tonight - Nigel and I will be talking about the Arrowmont Artist Residency program and sharing our experiences as residents.
See you there!
Above work by 2007-08 Arrowmont Resident Magda Gluszek.

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