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November 2, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 5, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 6, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 7, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 8, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 9, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 12, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 13, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 14, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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07:30 P

Regis College Theatre Company: A Collage of Contemporary Scenes and Monologues

Location: Casey Theatre

A collection of serious and humorous monologues and short plays.

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November 15, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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07:30 P

Regis College Theatre Company: A Collage of Contemporary Scenes and Monologues

Location: Casey Theatre

A collection of serious and humorous monologues and short plays.

Details

November 16, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

Details

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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02:00 P

Regis College Theatre Company: A Collage of Contemporary Scenes and Monologues

Location: Casey Theatre

A collection of serious and humorous monologues and short plays.

Details

05:30 P

Reception: Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

07:30 P

Regis College Theatre Company: A Collage of Contemporary Scenes and Monologues

Location: Casey Theatre

A collection of serious and humorous monologues and short plays.

Details

November 17, 2012

02:00 P

Regis College Theatre Company: A Collage of Contemporary Scenes and Monologues

Location: Casey Theatre

A collection of serious and humorous monologues and short plays.

Details

November 19, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 20, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

November 21, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 22, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

November 23, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

Details

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

November 26, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 27, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 28, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 29, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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November 30, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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