Two New Art Exhibits at Pratt Center This Summer
Social Justice in Race, Gender, Immigration, and the Environment
TAKING IT TO THE STREET
Two new summer exhibits come to Goddard’s Plainfield Campus at the Pratt Center in the Eliot D. Pratt Library.
Friday, June 23 -Monday, October 9, 2017
Upstairs: Social Justice in Race, Gender, Immigration, and the Environment is on exhibit in the Art Gallery on the main floor of the Pratt Center. Each wall is devoted to one of four issue areas, with both 2- and 3-D artwork exploring each question from a variety of perspectives. The exhibit includes the following artists: Susan Abbott, Mary Admasian, Terry J. Allen, Susan Abbott, Alexandra Bottinelli, Daryl Burtnett, Hasso Ewing, Kerry Furlani, Diane Gabriel, Jason Galligan-Baldwin, Ruth Hamilton, Maayan Kasimov, Melora Kennedy, Randee Lightcap, Kate Longmaid, Mark Lorah, Lynn S. Newcome, Lynne Reed, Leslie Roth, Michelle Saffran, Anne Sarcka, Emiko Sawaragi Gilbert, and Dana Walrath.
Downstairs: TAKING IT TO THE STREET
TAKING IT TO THE STREET features a large selection of photographs of recent marches, vigils, and demonstrations by Terry J. Allen, displayed along with posters, banners, and signs from those events, loaned by local activists.
The exhibit is curated by Janet Van Fleet.
The gallery, located in the college’s library building, is open Monday-Friday, 9AM-4PM.