Join us for a discussion and reception on Saturday, September 29 from 5pm – 7pm for the opening of the exhibit “Teaching & Taught.” The exhibit explores how teaching, being a student, and the passage of time has influenced the art of ASCC’s faculty members. Several works from each artist demonstrate artistic progression through themes of learning, travel, time, and personal growth, explored in a range of media, including oils, photography, drawing, collage, and mixed media.
The opening reception will begin with a discussion by exhibiting ASCC faculty members on how the process of learning, teaching, and being taught has shaped their art over the years, often in unexpected ways. Works presented include pieces created while living abroad, during undergraduate study, and the progression of art leading to a new artistic style. The exhibit features the work of ASCC faculty members Karen Arp-Sandel, Gary Finelli, Jerry Freedner, Maj Kalfus, Sara Pruiksma, H.M. Saffer, and Arlene Santana Thornton. The discussion and reception are free and open to the community.