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EXPLORING THE ART OF “TURNING
Featured books by Amy Morrison, Melanie Mowinosky, and others.
WHITTIER, CA (December
- “Turning Pages”–an exhibition of book arts combining unique design and
text—will be on display
January 10 through
February 28, 2005, at the
Bell Wardman Library in the Rose Hills Foundation Center for Library and
Information Resources, located on the Whittier College campus. This exhibit
is free and open to the public; for more information, exhibition hours, or
directions to the library, please call the Wardman Library Office at (562)
undergraduate and graduate work of several young artists from the renowned
University of the Arts (UArts) in Philadelphia, “Turning Pages” will include
printmaking and book artistry that employs innovative construction—including
a concertina, a carousel, and pop-up—executed in a variety media: letter
press, laserprint, offset lithography, pressure print, xerography, and
collage. Featured artists are Rachael Singletary, Jessica Braiterman, Amy
Morrison, Melanie Mowinsky, Ali Zandi, among others.
UArts MFA candidate
Tara O'Brien, who is also a 1997 Whittier College graduate, will serve as
curator for the exhibit.
Jessica Braiterman "Jonah", xerography and collage 2.
Ali Zandi, "Dentists", laserprint.
Founded by Quakers in 1887, Whittier College
is an independent, four-year college offering a traditional liberal arts
program integrated with both professional and pre-professional courses of
study. With an emphasis on diversity, community, and curricular innovation,
the College’s primary mission is to endow students with the education,
skills, and values appropriate for global leadership and service.
Whittier Law School,
which is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the
Association of American Law Schools, is located on a separate campus in