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Artists and Exhibitions

 

"Beginnings in Triptych" - exhibition by Charlie Wetzel

These images are from Charlie Wetzel's long form photo essay Me and This Place, which tracks her medical gender affirmation in the visual context of North Cascades National Park. This glacier-dense section of the American landscape is highly susceptible to climate change, and as this series continues, it will illuminate how one body and one piece of land change over time.

Wetzel's exhibition will be on view in the Main Gallery on the 2nd floor of Memorial Union from December 2, 2022 to January 27, 2023.

 

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"Beginnings in Triptych" - exhibition by Charlie Wetzel

"The Light That Emerges" - exhibition by Lauren Harlowe

Lauren Harlowe’s oil paintings represent home and hope. Made during the pandemic, imagery from this body of work was taken from the artist's house and garden. Painting itself became a refuge during dark days, and the work shows both the black of burden and the glow of growth and expectation.

 

This exhibition is open in Gallery 1308 at Union South from November 18, 2022 - January 20, 2023.

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"The Light That Emerges" - exhibition by Lauren Harlowe
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