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Centering Humanity: Liberating Art Through Explorations of Self and Community

Master of Arts in Community Arts candidates from Maryland Institute College of Art seek to explore liberatory arts, theory, and practice in their first group exhibition, "Centering Humanity: Liberating Art Through Explorations of Self and Community."

Posted 09.20.10 by The Center for Art Education

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Master of Arts in Community Arts candidates from Maryland Institute College of Art seek to explore liberatory arts, theory, and practice in their first group exhibition, "Centering Humanity: Liberating Art Through Explorations of Self and Community/" These six graduate students address themes of community, relationships, creativity and whimsy in their upcoming show in the college's Rosenberg Gallery.

Participating artists include Tamara Payne, Shana R. Goetsch, Sarah J. Blosser, Anne Kotleba, Alexis Iammarino and Jessica Wyatt. Each artist is unique in her use of materials and process, bringing to the collective her own distinct response to the overarching idea of "community art".

The opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 23 from 7-9 PM in MICA's Brown Center, 2nd Floor, Rosenberg Gallery. The exhibit will continue through Sunday, October 3.