Departures and Arrivals at Towson University Saturday, July 17

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Departures and Arrivals: Investigating the Vocabulary of the Contemporary Landscape
July 6 – August 7, 2010
Artists: Laura Amussen, Zlata Baum & Jamy Sheridan, Isabel Manalo, Kim Manfredi, Katherine Mann, Jiha Moon and Soledad Salame.
Curator: Cara Ober
Center for the Arts Gallery, Center for the Arts, Towson University
Corner of Cross Campus and Osler Drives, Towson, MD
Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm

Digital Scrolls by Zlata Baum and Jamy Sheridan
Jiha Moon
Sculpture by Laura Amussen, Work on Paper by Katherine Mann
Sculpture by Laura Amussen, Paintings by Jiha Moon and Kim Manfredi
Jiha Moon
Soledad Salame
Isabel Manalo

Laura Amussen, Soledad Salame, and Katherine Mann
Katherine Mann

Soledad Salame
Kim Manfredi
Jiha Moon
Kim Manfredi and Paul Jeanes
Peter Boyce and John Penny
Jason and Hadieh

Tonia Matthews and Marie Daniellson-Yung
Alex Ober, Steven Pearson, Jan Ober
Tonia Matthews and Susie Brandt
Kelly Zimmerman and Joan Cox
Alex Ebstein and Lu Zhang
Zlata Baum, Matt Keeney, and Kristen Letts Kovaks

Soledad, Dave, and Amy

Katherine Mann
Two Curators: Marie Daniellson-Yung (Unlikely Places)
and Cara Ober (Departures & Arrivals)
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