The Egazini Outreach Project in Grahamstown, South Africa, operates in a facility once occupied by apartheid riot police that has been transformed into studio space for local artists and crafters. The 28 linocuts displayed tell stories of everyday life: struggles for equality and justice, work, and leisure activities in the new South Africa. Courtesy of Sragow Gallery in New York.
The exhibit focused on the photographic portrait as the other in society and was designed to engage the viewer in the creative process through letter-writing and free-association. Curated by Chris Farstad '09.
Featuring a recent acquisition of photographs of Iowa by David Ottenstein
Burling Gallery, on the lower level of Burling Library
Illumination explores the presence or absence of light and illumination in works by Martin Blume, Horace Bristol, Fred Hagstrom, and other artists represented in the Grinnell College Art Collection.
Curated by Ingrid Wennerberg '11, Faulconer Gallery intern, fall 2009.
Books and videos, fiction, nonfiction, and documentaries, on display describe different aspects and concepts of music and orchestras.
This exhibit highlights books and videos from the libraries' collections about the exploration and settlement of the American West from a variety of perspectives.
The scrapbook collection in the Grinnell College Archives provides a unique glimpse into the history of the College.
Through newspaper clippings, photographs, and other ephemera, the creators of each scrapbook tell their stories and preserve their memories.
Curated by Thomas Elliott '11.
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