‘Oh, The Abstracted Spaces’ on display in Center For Teaching and Technology
The Center for Teaching and Technology will host the exhibition Oh, The Abstracted Spaces from October 20 to December 11 in the Zach S. Henderson Library. The exhibition includes an artist reception on October 23 from 3-5 p.m. in the Henderson Library, Suite 1303. The exhibition and reception are free, and the public is welcome.
Created and curated by students from the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art, Oh, The Abstracted Spaces features artworks that explore abstraction as a way to investigate space over time. The exhibition features paintings and drawings by Emmitt Smith, D’antre Harris, Courtney England and Kenny Olowoyo.
“Oh, The Abstracted Spaces is a candid and creative showcase of varied approaches artists take when utilizing abstraction as a mode to communicate their ideas,” said Anthony Faris, the Department’s interim gallery director. “The Department is so happy to work with CT2 to share our BFA student’s artwork through a themed exhibition. The addition of the exhibit activates the space in a way that makes viewers stop and reflect on the work. The student curators did a wonderful job.“
Gallery Programming is supported by Student Activity Fees; all events are free and open to the public. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Georgia Southern University will honor reasonable requests for accommodations.
For more information on this exhibition and other gallery programming provided by the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art, visit https://cah.georgiasouthern.edu/art.
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