Tuesday, February 7, 2012

A Vision

GCVA friends know that opportunities to really "see" art (in person, for extended lengths of time) readily exist at Georgetown College. For example, the Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery is known as one of the best contemporary art collections in the state, and it's right here on campus, open Monday through Friday, 12-4:30 and by appointment.

This Thursday, February 9, thanks in part to the Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS), there is a great opportunity to not only see works from another country, but also to learn about twentieth-century Mexican art from art historian Jamie Ratliff. Some of you may have had classes with Professor Ratliff, so her 5:30 p.m. talk in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, a NEXUS credit event, is your opportunity to reconnect or to get to know her better.
Vida...y Muerte, 1945, mixed media, 48 x 65cm
Thurs, Feb. 9, 5-7pm Reception for  
Una Vision de la Mexicanidad (A Vision of the Mexican) - Harold Winslow 
in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery at Georgetown College

1 comment:

Earl Grey said...

Looking forward to seeing the exhibition up close and hearing from Prof. Ratliff on Thursday. See you there!