Eye on UMSL: Hung together

by | Jan 22, 2024

Senior philosophy major Gabe Mitchell takes in the work of UMSL faculty and students during the opening of "Hung Together" at Gallery 210@FAB.

Hung Together exhibit at Gallery210@FAB

University of Missouri–St. Louis senior philosophy major Gabe Mitchell takes in the work of UMSL Art and Design faculty member Valerie Dratwick‘s “Ophelia” and student Bob Madden’s “1990 boy” during the opening of “Hung Together.” The new exhibit kicks off Gallery 210@FAB’s spring season with an exhibition of UMSL Art and Design faculty and student works hung side by side. The tradition of faculty and students exhibiting their work together delivers important learning outcomes for students and celebrates the work being done by both the faculty and students. By placing the work of a professor and student next to one another, a comparison is presented, and a dialogue occurs that reflects on and enriches the creative research and practice. The exhibition continues through Feb. 16 in Gallery 210@FAB.

This photograph was taken by UMSL photographer Derik Holtmann and is the latest to be featured in Eye on UMSL. View more UMSL photos by visiting the UMSL Flickr and Instagram accounts.

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