RECEPTION for "Visual Vibrations" by Nolan Harris Simmons and "As Told By Stitches" by Jordan Fell

Reception at the Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College 
Friday, May 1, 2015
4 - 6 p.m.


"Visual Vibrations" by Nolan Harris Simmons 

Visual Vibrations by Nolan Harris Simmons

Nolan presents his works that depict the geometry of sound. Visual Vibrations, an exhibit that can be seen and heard, illustrates the direct connection between sight, sound, feelings, and emotions.

Exhibit Dates: April 10 - May 2


As Told By Stitches by Jordan Fell

"As Told By Stitches" by Jordan Fell

Costume design for the stage is integral to bringing life to a script and the characters therein. Costumes portray character lives, hardships, roles, and personalities; they invoke both judgements and connections in audience members based on societal assumptions about the beings who wear them. Theater provides insight to our perceptions and a new lens through which to view life and human interaction around us. 

This exhibit includes pieces researched, devised and constructed by Jordan Fell, class of 2015. View this diverse collection of characters all with variant backgrounds and stories, as told by stitches.

Exhibit Dates: April 21 - May 2

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POETRY READING "Much Ado About Nothing"

In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Meadows Museum of Art, together with the Broadmoor Library, will be hosting “Much Ado About Nothing.” These “open mike” opportunities are for everyone—students and nonstudents alike—to read and enjoy poetry about nothing (or perhaps a little something). 

David Havird reads from his recent book of poems at a poetry night in January 2015.

David Havird reads from his recent book of poems at a poetry night in January 2015.

The gatherings will be held on Thursday, April 16 at the Meadows, 2911 Centenary Blvd (with complimentary refreshments), and on Wednesday, April 22 at the Shreve Memorial Library, Broadmoor Branch, 1212 Captain Shreve Dr. Both events: 6:00-7:30 PM. For more information, contact organizer Bennett Sewell.

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