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Ceramic Sculptor Debbie Kupinsky creates elaborate tableau at once familiar and strange, re-imagining both physical and emotional landscapes. Her current exhibition Reclamation focuses on natural spaces carved out of the urban or industrial: paths next to the highway, nature preserves wedged in next to train tracks and paper mills, or spaces carved out of a housing development or town. Kupinsky is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI and a recent resident at Kohler's Arts/Industry program in Sheboygan, WI.
Peace Paper Project
Peace Paper Project is a community arts Initiative that uses papermaking and printmaking as a form of social activism and engagement. Peace Paper co-director Drew Mattot will be at Parkside the week of April 24th for a project designed to generate dialogue about sexual and domestic violence and stand in solidarity with survivors. The exhibition will feature work created on campus as well as previously created work by Peace Paper.
Anthony Bernal, Rhyannon Jones, & Deven Posedel
May 8-13 | Foundation Gallery
Reception: May 10 | 4-6 pm
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