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Exhibits

March 3 - June 27, 2014

Peter Morenus

Catch Me If You Can
(sculpted with walnut and ash)
John Magnan

 

Artist: George Ward Tjungurrayi

 

'Thrasher', February, 1987

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 


 

 

 

“Strangers in Class. Gazing Across the Economic Divide"
Sculpture by John Magnan

Sculptor John Magnan’s thoughtful and superbly crafted objects and installation prove that it is possible to marry high art to social concerns without a dilution of either. These works touch on blue-collar economic struggle, the digital divide, abject poverty and other issues, and the refinement of the work makes it resonate far beyond finger wagging.

Don Wilkenson, Standard-Times, New Bedford, MA

Curator: Jean Nelson
Homer Babbidge Library, Norman D. Stevens Gallery
http://www.johnmagnan.com/

 

 

 

"Utopia Lives: Symbolic Aboriginal Art from Australia"

Aboriginal art is based on important ancient stories (Jukurrpa) and symbols centered on ‘the Dreamtime’ – the period in which Indigenous people believe the world was created. These paintings are big and bold and represent stories that have been handed down through generations. David Glenn, a Ph.D. candidate in Public Health at UConn, shares some of the paintings that have captured both his eye and imagination.

Curator: Suzanne Zack
Homer Babbige Library, Plaza Gallery

 

 

Out of the Frame: Alternative Arts of the 1980s
Featuring selections from the Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center

On the fringe of the American art world, writers, musicians and artists of the 1980s sought alternative spaces in which to conduct their art-making. Presented by Archives & Special Collections, the exhibit highlights works of the Dial-a-Poem movement and cyberpunk writers, memorabilia and recordings documenting punk rock music and offset printed artists’ books of the period.

Curators: Kristin Eshelman, Graham Stinnett, Melissa Watterworth-Batt
Thomas J. Dodd Research Center Gallery


You are invited to a reception for the exhibitors on Thursday, March 13 from 4- 6pm

 

 

◙ Hours for Homer Babbidge Library

◙ Hours for Thomas J. Dodd Research Center


Suggested parking for Storrs Campus is the South Parking Garage behind the UConn Co-op.

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For more information, contact:
Jean Nelson
(860) 486-6346
jean.nelson@lib.uconn.edu