Free parking, $2 for drinks
This exhibit takes a modern look at how secrets shape identities and relationships, and features diverse contemporary works that range from abstract to figurative. Explore what it means to be vulnerable and how meaningful human connections are made in the 21st century.
The exhibit is curated by UW Museology student, Rebecca Fronczak, through the Emerging Curator Initiative. Artists featured include Leslie Balleweg, Melissa Dyanne Bartlett, Cynthia Camlin, Raul Campos, Diem Chau, Ellen Heck, Devon Kelley, Doug Keyes, Nick Kosciuk, Piper O’Neill, Kate Rosendale, Samantha Scherer, Amy Spassov, Tim Suchsland, SylC, and Friese Undine.
Free parking is available; drinks ($2) and light snacks will be served at Opening Reception. Artists will be in attendance.
About the exhibit:
February 6–March 26, 2016
Secrets can do many things. Secrets can... isolate you or connect you to others. Secrets Can... change you for the better or for the worse. One secret can be a little pebble, warm in your hand and heart while another can be a heavy stone in your pocket that weighs you down.
What does Secrets Can... mean to you?
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