Little spaces for viewing art are the best! Maybe being hidden, somewhat out of the way, tucked in a corner makes them a challenge to find, but stumbling upon is far better than being smacked in the face with a million advertisements.
East Quadrangle’s Residential College Art Gallery is a perfect example of this. They humbly exist in a small, glass studio, the work always visible from the outside but only really observable from within. I invite you to step inside for its upcoming exhibit “Images of Incarceration.”
Ashley Hunt and Steph Foster’s photographical artwork depicting the realities of the legal system will be on display beginning this Friday. There is no admission; just come on down during the hours of 10AM-5PM weekdays from February 21st to April 9th.