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Friends of Art -- Wellesley Woman with a Camera

Friends of Art -- Wellesley Woman with a Camera 

Studio and Exhibition Tour with photographer Jin Lee '83

”Train View”

Saturday, November 11 at 1:30 PM

Devening Projects

3039 West Carroll Street, Chicago

Train View presents a new body of work made during weekly 2-hour Amtrak commute between Chicago and Bloomington/Normal, IL from 2014 to 2016. The photographs record the beauty of the Midwest landscape in changing seasons and weather, and the ways in which the land is used, developed and inhabited.

Jin is graciously opening her studio to us and will also walk us through her Train View series installed at Devening Projects (both located at 3039 West Carroll Street). Other galleries in the building will also be open that afternoon.

RSVP or Questions: Julia Langdon Antonatos '85

j.antonatos@gmail.com or 312.307.2025

 

Wellesley College Friends of Art supports the Davis Museum and Cultural Center, which has become integral to teaching and learning at Wellesley College.

How to join Friends of Art or increase your contribution:

Go to this link and click “Join Friends of Art at the Davis”

http://www.wellesley.edu/davismuseum/friends-of-art/join-friends-of-art

Your contribution counts toward College annual giving.  Be sure to designate your gift to "Friends of Art."

Unsure of your membership status? Email Friends of Art Manager Allison Kerivan, at akerivan@wellesley.edu.