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Baber Room Exhibitions

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TRACE
Contemporary Photographers
Antiquarian Processes

June 28 - August 30, 2017


Curator Presentation
Seeing Beyond Process
Rebecca Zeiss
July 13, 2017     6-8pm
Park Library Auditorium
Opening Reception following in Baber Room

The photography exhibit TRACE, curated by Rebecca Zeiss, is a collection of imagery conceived by twelve contemporary photography artists from the United States, Canada, and Germany. All of these artists use the antiquarian process from the 1800s of Wet Plate Collodion as their medium and bring their personal vision to the work via large format cameras or cameraless. The exhibit will be on display from June 28th to August 30th in the Park Library's Baber Room, with a curatorial presentation Seeing Beyond Process on July 13th from 6-8pm in the Park Library auditorium, followed by a reception in the Baber Room.

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The artists:

• Juan Fernandez

• Andrew Moxom

• Frank Hamrick

• Heather Gardner

• Glenn Brewer

• Jennifer Crane

• Alicia Music Shaver

• Bill Schwab

• S. Gayle Stevens

• Silke & Daniel Seybold












Susan Moran

Textiles and Nature: Nature of Textiles
September 5 - October 27, 2017
Fiber Art

Artist Talk
September 12, 2017     5-7pm
Park Library Auditorium
Opening Reception following in Baber Room



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Recent Acquistions
Fiber Art, Multi-media, Paint, Scultpure


November - December, 2017

 Baber Room

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Bruce Winslow
January - February 2018
Oil Painting

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Baber Room Mission Statement

  

The Baber Room provides students, faculty, staff and community members a place to experience thought-provoking artworks as well as a place to read and study. Towards that end, exhibitions of individuals and groups as well as curated projects of professional artists are on rotating display throughout the academic semesters. Library related items outside of the fine arts are also considered for display at the discretion of the Library Art Committee. The Baber Room also provides a platform for student enrichment, as well as alumni community outreach through educational programming such as artist lectures and gallery talks. The library encourages proposals for exhibitions, exhibits traveling shows and develops exhibitions.

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All exhibits are free and open to the public
Questions? Contact Janet Danek 
University Libraries Exhibit Coordinator 
989-774-2165
danek1js@cmich.edu

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