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About the Exhibition

CCBC Dundalk Gallery

Exploring themes found in the graphic novel Threads: From the Refugee Crisis by Kate Evans and weaving together art and story, diverse student perspectives reveal common experiences in this community tapestry. 

Interlaced: Threads of Community is just one part of the Community Book Connection’s (CBC) 2020 Spring Student Showcase! CCBC students who participated in studying this year’s community book were invited to submit their work of any genre, in any discipline to be included on the CBC’s website, in the Dundalk Art Gallery, and/or at a special presentation and reception at CCBC’s Professional Development Conference in May. 

To view the other student works featured in this year’s CBC Showcase or to submit your own work for consideration, please visit the CBC's website. 

 

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-Curators Jocelyn Broadwick, Jean Boggs, Zolita Courter, Tara Meyer, and Patricia Quintero-Hall 

Interlaced is co-sponsored by the Community Book Connection, Art, Design, and Interactive Media (ADiM), and the School of Continuing Education. 

Student Artists

Abigail Coffman

To the Bone

Oil on masonite panel

Class: ARTD 258 Portfolio Development

Professor Jessica Walton

Tania Gonzalez

Untitled

Oil painting

Class: ARTD 258 Portfolio Development

Professor Jessica Walton

Zakiyyah Greene

Untitled

Drawing on aged paper

Class: ARTD 258 Portfolio Development

Professor Jessica Walton

Sienna Hare

Never More May Her Sad Eyes Gaze

Acrylic on canvas