(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Student work from Print+Media undergraduate seminar led by Art Professor, Joelle Dietrick will exhibiting Extrastatecraft in the William Johnston Building Gallery March 17 – March 27, 2016.
This exhibition is inspired by architect Keller Easterling’s 2014 book of the same name. Students of Joelle Dietrick’s spring 2016 advanced undergraduate art seminar Print+Media will present works that consider contemporary infrastructure, not just as the physical spaces we inhabit, but the extras—from ever-present mobile technology to ever-growing super-cities developed free trade zone policy.
Join for the opening reception on March 17 from 5:00 – 7:00pm.
The WJB Gallery (room 1085 William Johnston Building) is an 1100-square-foot exhibition space shared and managed by four departments of the College of Fine Arts: Art, Art Education, Art History, and Interior Design. The 24 x 46-foot glass-walled gallery stretches the length of the central five-story atrium in the Johnston Building, providing rich natural lighting and secure but vivid public exposure for exhibitions. School of Art & Design faculty and students curate exhibitions in consultation with a gallery committee of representatives from each department and the Museum of Fine Arts.
For more information, visit the WJB Gallery facilities page.
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