Book Arts Alumni and Faculty Featured in New Exhibit Exploring Family Histories

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October 26, 2016
A group of Corcoran alumni and faculty are featured in an upcoming invitational exhibit at Studio Gallery in Dupont, Divisions, Connections and Intersections: Fact and Fiction in Family Histories.

Exhibit description: "Family oral and written testimonies often conflict with one another; gaps in information may deny us a complete understanding of our origins and yet all of us have stories to tell. This exhibit examines how book artists explore, interpret and illustrate our collective memory." 
  
Featured alumni and current faculty include: Beth Curren, Maria Veronica San Martin, Lynette Spencer, Sydney Reisen, Jennaway Pearson, Kerry McAleer-Keeler, Eric Delfino, Tatiana Shukin, Julie Garcia, Carolee Jakes and Na'ama Zusseman.

Divisions, Connections and Intersections: Fact and Fiction in Family Histories
Dates: Oct. 26 through Nov. 19
Location: Studio Gallery, 2108 R St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20008