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UICA reveals special preview of ArtPrize exhibit

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UICA Exhibitions Curator AJ Paschka gives us a special preview of the ArtPrize Exhibit. [Video 1 of 3]
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AJ Paschka helping to install "Animation Collaboration"

AJ Paschka helping to install "Animation Collaboration" /Gretchen Vinnedge

Still image from "Animation Collaboration"

Still image from "Animation Collaboration" /Gretchen Vinnedge

UICA Exhibition Curator, AJ Paschka, gives us a special preview of their ArtPrize Exhibit. Learn about the artists and their works, as well as the collaboration theme, and see how it evolves as you progress through the exhibit. 

CMC Education staff, Gretchen Vinnedge and Lynn McKeown, along with GVSU faculty, Deanna Morse, Maggie Annerino and Suzanne Zack are Animation Collaboration - an inter-generational collaboration between artists, educators, students and local/international organizations. They work to make people more aware of the power of visual media. This youth video art is fun to make and fun to watch. Join us for our post ArtPrize animation workshop on October 25.  For more information contact Gretchen Vinnedge by email or call 616-459-4788 ext 126.

The tour continues with UICA 2 and 3 which will be available soon.


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