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Contemplation and Consideration: Up Close & In Motion at RHAC

Former Assistant Curator Emma German and I sit down and talk about the current iteration of Up Close and In Motion, Slow Art Day and the past – and future – versions of the show as the year long exploration of Rodman Hall’s collection takes on a new form.
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Loss and Memory / Brendan Fernandes’ Philia pulses within the walls of Rodman Hall Art Centre

Brendan Fernandes’ Philia may be the most moving, the most evocative and disturbing art work I’ve seen, in recent memory, and it made me rememeber how there is “no point when “then” stops and “now” begins.” An amazing initial artwork, from the Rodman Hall Collection, to start off Assistant Curator Emma German’s year long series Up Close and In Motion. Continue reading

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