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JANUARY  

January 4, 2013

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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January 11, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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January 12, 2013

04:00 P

Reception: Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 14, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 15, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 16, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 17, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 18, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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January 21, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 22, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 23, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 24, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 25, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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January 28, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 29, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 30, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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January 31, 2013

10:00 A

Connections

Location: Carney Gallery

Lorraine Sullivan entangles the viewer in a never-ending circuit of looking that both reveals and conceals underlying networks of visual puns, social commentary, and political astuteness. Her sculptures are strategies for engaging the public in thought and reflection. Family photos, vintage cloth, nineteenth century spelling bee word lists, and much more are assembled into arrangements that become intermediaries between the artist’s personal history and the works’ public role as mediums of communication and processors of memory.

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08:00 P

Chris Carter, Mentalist

Location: Casey Theatre

By great demand, we are pleased to bring back Christopher Carter! Christopher Carter is recognized as one of the world’s greatest mind-readers. But he’s not psychic. He’s simply an incredibly skilled observer of human behavior. Starting at the age of eight, when an uncle allowed him to sit in on a poker game, Christopher began to realize that people broadcast their thoughts in ways beyond words. This led to a lifelong interest in non-verbal communication and “people reading.” Christopher will randomly select a woman in the crowd and tell her what is in her purse, including the specific compartment where each item is located. Next, he is going to leave you scratching your head in amazement when he begins to reveal the detailed thoughts of dozens of people in the audience.

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