Mapping Journeys through Book Arts
From May 2 - June 13, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History is proud to present "LANDMARKED: Mapping Journeys through Book Arts" at the (106) South Division Gallery. The exhibition brings together five artists whose works reinterpret the breadth of book arts and represent the many ways in which we map our surroundings.
"Landmarks" signify places or turning points with special value, and serve as guides or markers along a journey. The works of "LANDMARKED" explore our outlooks on both literal landscapes as well as personal geographies, revealing what we choose to highlight along the way.
The artists are: Lauren Abshire, Sara Bakker, Tracy Rose Guajardo, Ruth Ribeiro and Scott Rodger. Curated by Sara Bakker.
Reception & First Friday ArtWalk - 6-9pm
Friday, May 2
Join us for the monthly ArtWalk, hosted on the first Friday of each month along the Avenue for the Arts.
Reception & First Friday ArtWalk and Summer Market - 5-9pm
Friday, June 6
Join us for the monthly ArtWalk, hosted on the first Friday of each month along the Avenue for the Arts and the first of the Summer Markets. Handmade books and cards for sale at the gallery.
Details from top to bottom: Ruth Ribeiro, Tracy Rose Guajardo, Scott Rodger, Sara Bakker, Lauren Abshire