Come out this weekend, May 4th and 5th to join staff from the Phillips Museum, Prof. Linda Aleci, and student curators who will be representing the exhibition at 214. West Grant Street. Listen to the podcast below, courtesy of Wood Stove House, highlighting four featured stops and special projects for this year's ArtWalk.
"Curating the City" is an online exhibition created by the students of Professor Linda Aleci's Curatorial Seminar. Using historical photographs, audio recordings and other media, the exhibition maps the city as a complex, sometimes hidden collection of stories that reveal the economic, cultural, and social relations shaping its urban form. Whether an F&M student or full-time resident of Lancaster, we hope that the exhibition will provide a renewed sense of appreciation, or offer a new, perhaps unexpected perspective of the historic city we have come to call home.
Follow the link below to explore the exhibition.
Prof. Linda Aleci, Department of Art & Art History, Franklin & Marshall College
Brittany Baksa, Digital Media Assistant, Phillips Museum
Hanna Bertoldi ‘13
Cassandra Connors ‘13
Greg Duckloe ‘13
Matt Gibbons ‘14
Jayati Khanna ‘13
Maureen Lane, Collections & Digital Media Manager, Phillips Museum
Anne Piccolo ‘15
Sydney Pierce ‘13
Marissa Sobel ‘13
Alison Tufano ‘14
The Shreiner-Concord Cemetery Foundation
Members of the Lancastrians Facebook Group
Members of the Lancaster Downtown Business Owners Facebook Group
Eugene Aleci, Community Heritage Partners
E. Michael Laverty