http://daltongallery.agnesscott.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Searching-for-Home-Final.-SD-540p.mp4 This year, more than ever, the search for home feels especially relevant. Is home now a place for business, schooling our children and family time? Is our current home ideal or just temporary? Searching for home explores the many ways people are contemplating home in 2020. The search for home is a journey that we all find ourselves on in life. In this video tour of our fall exhibition hear four artists from the exhibition, the College’s Director of Sustainability and three Agnes Scott College professors of anthropology, sociology, and culture discuss the ideas of home.
Pink Days Azure Nights on view Spring 2006 curated by Lisa Alembik. “This exhibition does not revolve around a theme. Pink Days, Azure Nights was borne from a call that brought forth artists unknown to the organizer in addition to new ideas from familiar ones. This exhibition does not revolve around a theme, but connections are made. Is it something in the air, or burning questions that have evolved over centuries time of artists and culture makers? That which is occurring in the world around us is dredging up unavoidable complexities linked to raw emotion and new action. The volcanic eruptions and digging down of Julie Puttgen and Celeste Roberge…