I hope everyone had a safe and wonderful winter break. Mine, well let’s just say it was way too short and I didn’t get near enough done…but isn’t that the way it always goes?? I am the worst procrastinator around, cannot ever seem to get anything done until the very last second! I will attempt to change that this semester, as I say every semester; try, try, and try again isn’t that the old saying? Ok sorry that was a sad attempt at humor.
On to business we have another semester of fantastic exhibits heading our way. I would like to say thank you to Professor Aaron Fine and the wonderful staff & volunteers at the Truman Art Gallery for all of your hard work throughout the semester. I also want to say a special thank you to Dr. Julia DeLancey and Truman Curatorial Fellow Nancy Mizuno Elliott for working so hard on the opening exhibitions.
On January 18, 2011 two shows will open at the gallery:
4 Real 4 Faux – Animating the Vernacular – artwork by self taught artists and academically trained artists influenced by outsider art – curated by Truman Curatorial Fellow Nancy Mizuno Elliott.
The Workshop and the World: Renaissance Prints from Private Collections – curated by Dr. Julia DeLancey.
Make sure you check back often we are putting some new and interesting things on the blog just for Dr. DeLancey’s exhibit and will have new information regarding the show curated by Nancy Elliot.
Some things may change if so they will be posted here. I hope to see you all at the openings. It is going to be a great semester!
Have fun while you learn something fantastic and make sure to create something new.