Tuesday, October 30, 2012

words and bodies

Last week, Georgetown College art department and galleries had the privilege of hosting not 1, not 2, but 3 artists. These artists, Gray Lyons, Linda Wilson, and RICHard SMOLinski, spent much of their visits working with students, and we thank them for sharing their passion for art and art making with us.  

Here are a few photos from the multiple activities that took place. Please be sure to check out gray lyons: borderland, featuring gray's recent cyanotypes, on view in the Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery through November 21.
RICHard SMOLinksi (center, wearing cap) at his poetry/performance art workshop with english students of Dr. Adam Clay and art students of Prof. Boris Zakic (far right)

Gray Lyons (left) and Linda Wilson posing in front of The Long Marriage

Gray Lyons demonstrating process for Prof. Darrell Kincer's photography students

1 comment:

Earl Grey said...

Well, I think these events, particularly Rich's, were "relevantiquated." Is that the right word that was invented last Thursday?