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4 Real 4 Faux Animating the Vernacular

January 17 - February 17, 2011

Venue
Truman State University Art Gallery

Location
Kirksville, MO

Installation at Truman State University Art Gallery.

Ten Creativity Explored artists are included in 4 Real 4 Faux - Animating the Vernacular, an exhibition in the main space at Truman State University's Art Gallery in Kirksville, Missouri. The exhibition, curated by Professor Nancy Mizuno Elliott, features work by self-taught artists, and by academically trained artists influenced by the work of self-taught artists. Elliott won the Truman Curatorial Fellowship two years ago, and this exhibition is the culmination of her curatorial work at Truman State University. Creativity Explored artists include: Mary Belknap, Laron Bickerstaff, Pablo Calderon, Peter Cordova, Camille Holvoet, John Patrick McKenzie, Dan Michiels, Jose Nunez, Bertha Otoya, and Ana Maria Vidalon. Creativity Explored Gallery Manager, Amy Auerbach, was invited to participate in a panel discussion with Elliott, as well as lead a Gallery Talk during the closing week of the exhibition. For more information, please visit the Truman State University Art Department blog.

Truman State University Art Gallery
100 East Normal
Kirksville, MO 63501

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