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As part of their fall 2011 season, CFAM presented an intriguing little exhibition that comprised much more than the sum of its parts. A cursory glance at the hallway display would reveal only a small bronze statue of a Japanese boy and a vitrine full of old letters and newspaper clippings, telling the story of how the bronze figure was donated to the college by an alum after World War II and later repatriated to Okinawa, from whence it came. In fact, Contested Object took on major issues of cultural dominion, the meaning of ownership and the changing tides of acceptable racism with bravery and unflinching self-examination. Kudos to Rollins anthropology student Cory Baden and art history professor Susan Libby for their rigorous research, to college president emerita Rita Bornstein for being willing to consider that the college may have done "wrong" in the past, and to curator Jonathan Walz and his staff for always nudging CFAM's offerings in challenging and modern directions.
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Featuring Amy Galpin, Margaret Bourke-White and Richard Mosse
Join Margaret Bourke-White and Richard Mosse with CFAM curator, Dr. Amy Galpin
Drop by for fun and educational activities that are perfect for the whole family. Gallery tours, scavenger hunts, games, and hands-on art making.
Documentary on the work created in China by renowned artist Edward Burtynsky, whose work is currently on view at CFAM
Featuring Amy Galpin and the Gallery Goddesses
Join Audrey Flack, Barbara Sorensen and Sarah VanDerBeek with CFAM curator, Dr. Amy Galpin
With Amy Galpin, Ph.D., CFAM Curator
Later hours and light refreshments with educational programming and gallery talks
Rollins College faculty show recent work: Joshua Almond, Rose Casterline, Dana Hargrove, Dawn Roe and Rachel Simmons
Curated by the Cornell’s Kress Interpretive Fellow, Rangsook Yoon, Ph.D., this exhibition showcases a selection of prints, drawings and an illustrated book from the Cornell’s permanent collection dating between 1540 and 1750 which highlight the cultural and artistic significance of Roman antiquities in Europe since the Renaissance
Workshops inspired by current exhibitions featuring a tour and hands-on activities facilitated by local artists
Featuring only artists who have created their work in the past decade
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