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Show and Tell: Objectivity
Show and Tell: Objectivity

March 2 – 30, 2011

Curated by Cable Griffith
Cornish Main Gallery
Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora Street
Seattle, WA

Show and Tell: Objectivity is an exhibition, discussion, and performance, inviting Cornish faculty and staff to select and discuss and artwork based on the given theme. Show and Tell: Objectivity will look at our relationship to art objects, while referring to an unbiased presentation. Participating faculty and staff will each have 3 – 5 minutes to discuss their selection before an audience during the opening reception. Presentations will begin at 5:30 pm. This ongoing project aims to promote lively discussion while building connections and community through exhibition, explanation, and example.

Selections include work by: Bo Bartlett, Casey Brown, Therese Buchmiller, Ryan Travis Christian, Lauren DiCioccio, Marc Dombrosky, Eroyn Franklin, John Grade, Victoria Haven, Stephen Hazel, Paul Malmendier, Emmanuel Montoya, Eric Nelsen, Rachel Papo, Bonnie Peterson, Ann Piper, Jim Rittiman, SuttonBeresCuller, Whiting Tennis, Scott Trimble, William Turner, Ray Wilber, and Mark Zirpel

Selecting/Presenting Cornish Faculty and Staff: Tina Aufiero, Jessica Bender, Bonnie Biggs, Gary Craig, Grant Donesky, Ryan Feddersen, Tory Franklin, Jon Gierlich, Cable Griffith, Erica Howard, Claudia Hollander-Lucas, Jacob Kohn, Lori Koshork, Tiffany Laine De Mott, Rob Lutz, Kim MacKay, Erin Morrison, Bridget Nowlin, Nick Parker, Kathleen Rabel, Kristen Ramirez, Dan Shafer, Eric Swangstu, Kristin Tollefson, Ruth Tomlinson, Jenifer Ward, and Chris

Link to exhibition website.

Image: Ryan Travis Christian, Sneakily Secret Peeping, 2010, Graphite on paper, 22” x 30”
Courtesy of the artist and Guerro Gallery