Events - 7 Mar 23


Artist: Amy Abshier

Exhibition dates: Feb 22-March 23

Art Gallery, Hansen Hall 121

Unreliable Narratives

The artist may be the author and storyteller, but interpretation is ultimately up to the viewer. The thoughts, feelings, reactions, or revelations that occur when we experience art as a viewer may not resemble anything the artist as the creator had in mind or intended to convey.

A narrative starts as only one side of a story and coming from one person is inherently unreliable; it’s the many interpretations by every viewer that expand the story and give it a richer, fuller life.

These portraits are not intended to be a straightforward representation of anyone, and indeed are not based on any specific people. For me they illustrate a singular moment, a passing glance, a cursory scan; there’s just enough there to set a story in motion.

 I hope you enjoy, or at least are intrigued by my work, and I hope you find something in these paintings that speaks to you.

Wednesday, February 22 – Thursday, March 23
All Day


Five roles, seeking female performers ages 18+

Monday, March 6 and Tuesday, March 7, 6:30 p.m.

Monday, March 6 – Tuesday, March 7
6:30 pm

Buescher Hall, 1st Floor Atrium

Tuesday, March 7
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

The Campus Read of “Red Clocks” by Leni Zumas will hold the third book discussion in the DSSC Cafe Lobby and on Zoom. For this meeting, the readers will discuss pages 142-209.

Tuesday, March 7
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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