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Recycle 2019

Time: May 11, 2019 to July 7, 2019
Location: Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Gallery
Street: 481 Van Brunt St., Door 7
City/Town: Red Hook, Brooklyn
Website or Map: http://bwac.org/2019/03/recyc…
Phone: 718-596-2506
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Mary Anne Kinsella and Janice Jacob
Latest Activity: Apr 2

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The collage "American Bridal Patterns: The Wasting Disease of Overconsumption" by Lucy Julia Hale, has been selected to appear in the exhibition "Recycle 2019" from May 11 - July 7 at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Gallery in Brooklyn NY,  juried by John Cloud Kaiser, Director of Education at Materials for the Arts, one of the largest reuse centers in the US.

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The Georgia State University Perimeter College JCLRC 4TH Floor Gallery

presents

PUSHED

a curated exhibit of works by

members of

Women’s Caucus for Art in Georgia

 

Ann Rhodes, Ann Rowles, Ashley Schick, Barb Rehg, Barbara Orisich; Barbara Robinson,

Bijal Shah, Callahan McDonough, Crysta Luke, Donna Horn, Katherine Rehg, Kathy Meliopoulos, Lucy Hale, Marjorie Jordan, Maxine Hess, Michelle Kimmons, Sioux Henley Campbell,

Sandra Teepen, Shoshanna Rosenthal, Tina Dunkley, Vickie Bethel, Don Dougan

 

reception to meet the artists:

Thursday, March 28,

5:30 – 8 pm

Building L, 4TH Floor

 

exhibit dates:

March 18 – May 4

 

The exhibit is free and open to the public.

For information call 678-891-3562

GPS: 3735 Memorial College Avenue, Clarkston 30021 (entrance to parking lot 3)

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