KATHLEEN SCOTT: Nocturne

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November 21 – January 10
Downtown Campus, 118 N. Division Street.

Scott’s work revolves around the connection between memory and mortality.  Referencing magic lanterns through cut paper, moving  images, sound and projections, she produces an installation environment that has both the eeriness of a forest at night, and the comfort of a nursery. To see more of the artist’s work please visit her website and blog.

SPECIAL EXHIBITION EVENTS: RECEPTION: Friday, November 21, 5-8pm, 118/120 N. Division Street. LECTURE: Thursday, November 20, 5:30pm, 111 Fulton Hall. WORKSHOP:  Friday November 21, 10am, 225 Fulton Hall.