August 12, 2012

Possible Realities: Proposal for the Karl Stirner Arts Trail

Nancy Cohen proposal

Nancy Cohen
William Lamson Bridge Garden
Lauren Rosenthal Mapping the Bushkill / Picturing the Delaware
Lafayette College Mellon Fellows and
photographs by Luke Wynne

Possible Realities is an exhibition of environmentally focused art proposals for the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. Regional artists Nancy Cohen, William Lamson, and Lauren Rosenthal—along with a group of student Mellon Fellows—were commissioned to produce a series of “possible realities” as a way to expand our perception of the potential of the serpentine path that runs along the Bushkill Creek between Easton’s Third Street Corridor and the Simon Silk Mill.

The proposals were funded by the College’s Environmental Studies Initiative funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Additional information can be found here. >

Downloadable pdf of announcement available here. >

Closing reception: Thursday, September 27, 5–6:00 p.m., with a panel discussion from 4:15­­–5 p.m.

Exhibition made possible by:

The City of Easton
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Karl Stirner Arts Trail Board of Governance
Lafayette College Departments of Art, Biology, Geology, Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Environmental  Geosciences.
The Maggin Family CaPA Fellowship program
The Community Based Teaching Program
The Fund for Faculty Innovation
Lafayette College Art Galleries

posted in 2012-13, Grossman Gallery

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