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What are visitors thinking about Julie Green's work at The Fed Galleries at KCAD, where hundreds of plates depict last meal requests on death row?
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Kendall College's Fed Galleries are open 


  • Mon-Sat: 10:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

/Courtesy of GRTV

/Courtesy of GRTV

The Rapidian and GRTV went down to The Fed Galleries at Kendall College to find out what people were thinking about after viewing "The Last Supper" by Julie Green. The piece presents hundreds of plates, painted with blue mineral paints, depicting last meal requests of those who have been executed on death row.

Green's "The Last Supper was chosen as a top five finalist by the 3-D juror, Sarah Urist Green, and is also currently one of the top 25 in the 3-D category for public votes.


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