Ernst Gallery & Specially Adapted Resource Clubs Exhibition

Through its Community Connections Program, the Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center Gallery is sponsoring a Specially Adapted Resource Clubs Exhibition.  The exhibition presents collaborative works completed over the past year and a half related to exploration of the circle. Pieces in this show use mixed media to represent the most constant natural shape appearing in the universe and nature as well as everyday life. The circle has been used expressively and symbolically in art in early cave drawings, architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, and photography – and across time and all cultures.

Exhibition Dates:  June 24th, 2014 through July 20th, 2014

Reception:  Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 from 6:30-8:30pm (Free and open to the public; light refreshments available)

Parking for the reception is free in lots B13 & B14 (see campus map for details http://www.nvcc.edu/about-nova/maps-directions/annandale/campus-map/index.html ).

For more information on the exhibition, kindly contact Ann Burdell at annburdell@verizon.net

SAPC pic2 SARC No 3

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ksheehan

Kevin Sheehan has been working in the arts sector for most of his life. He believes that art can define as well as change society, and that artistic perspectives make useful contributions to public policy. Creativity should be nurtured, and the Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center is one fourm for this mission on the Annandale Campus of Northern Virginia Community College.

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