Karen Gergely Awarded Six-Week Artist Residency

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Faculty

April 30, 2018

Graceland University Assistant Professor of Art Karen Gergely has been awarded a six-week artist residency at Brickscape in Charlestown, West Virginia, this summer. Gergely is one of 10 artists selected to create an immersive, socially engaged installation responding to the history and culture of the Charleston community. The residency culminates in an exhibition for FestivALL June 15-24.

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