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February 1, 2013

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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.

February 4, 2013

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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.

February 5, 2013

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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.

February 6, 2013

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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.

February 7, 2013

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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.

February 8, 2013

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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.

February 9, 2013

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Twentieth Annual ACDA Collegiate Choral Festival Concert

Location: Casey Theatre

Regis College Glee Club hosts its twentieth Collegiate Choral Festival! Come celebrate this mid-winter choral collaboration as choirs from area colleges and universities conclude a day of music-making with a gala festival concert. Choirs will perform individually with their conductors, singing a great variety of choral repertoire, from classical motets to rousing spirituals and humorous novelty tunes. The 200-voice combined choirs join forces with the 50-piece Smith College Orchestra

February 11, 2013

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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.

February 12, 2013

Tuesday
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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.

February 13, 2013

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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.

February 14, 2013

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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.

February 15, 2013

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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.

February 18, 2013

Monday
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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.

February 19, 2013

Tuesday
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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.

February 20, 2013

Wednesday
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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.

February 21, 2013

Thursday
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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.

February 22, 2013

Friday
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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.

February 25, 2013

Monday
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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.

February 26, 2013

Tuesday
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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.

February 27, 2013

Wednesday
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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.

February 28, 2013

Thursday
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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.