The Denison Museum presents the opening reception for its fall exhibition!

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Work courtesy of SAPAR CONTEMPORARY and the artists

Please join us as we celebrate the opening of Shift: Adapting with Change and Resilience, Art in a Time of War & Dear Ukraine: A Global Community Poem. Come grab a bit, enjoy some art and conversation. See you there! 

Shift: Adapting with Change and Resilience

August 28th - December 1st

Denison University’s Sustainability Office, the Denison Museum, and faculty across disciplines have worked together over the past year to create an exhibition and program series for Fall 2023 centered around the concepts of resilience and change. Ideas of transformation, growth, and adaptability are central themes in understanding and navigating change. This exhibition features three international contemporary artists–Mulyana, Zinaida, and Shinji Turner-Yamamoto–whose work showcases personal narratives, historical events, and natural phenomena that exemplify resilience in facing challenges.

Art in a Time of War & Dear Ukraine: A Global Community Poem

August 28th-December 1st

“Art in a Time of War” by Olga Morozova and her students showcases work created since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

“Dear Ukraine” is a global community poem that provides a space for individuals around the world to speak to the unfolding atrocities of the war against Ukraine and its people.

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Beck Series: Essayists Melissa Febos and Melissa Faliveno

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