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Flagler College’s alumni exhibition to be launched over Alumni Weekend

Apr 24, 2017

The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College will be featuring its annual juried alumni exhibition from May 5 to June 16. In conjunction with the college’s Alumni Weekend, the exhibition will open with a reception for the artists on Friday, May 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The artists included in the exhibition, and the submissions as a whole, fittingly reflect the progressive nature of Flagler College’s Fine Art and Design curriculum over the past 30 years. Their diverse bodies of work, in both content and conception, as well as methods and materials, embody the values espoused by faculty in the Department of Art and Design, and that each artist has carried with them into their professional careers: a cultivation of individual creativity, critical reflection and historical consciousness.

The works in the exhibition encompass both abstract and representational painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, collage, digital prints and textiles by Brianna Angelakis, Libby Couch, Amanda Dicken, Maggie Dillon, Kathleen Dougherty, Amelia Eldridge, Katie Evans, Martha Ferguson, Deanna Fitzgerald, Rebecca Hoadley, Maja Hydbom, Alex Jackman, Brielle Jenkins, Morgan Gesell Mudryk, Sara Pedigo, Key Russell, Douglas Sterns, Tara Stephens and Kate Rose Willink.

About the juror:

Corrina Peipon is an artist, curator, and writer living in Los Angeles. She is director at Honor Fraser Gallery where she organized “Saying yes to everything” in 2014. As assistant curator at the Hammer Museum, Peipon organized Hammer Projects exhibitions with Carlos Bunga, N. Dash, Maya Hayuk, Alex Hubbard, Lucy Raven and Jonas Wood as well as exhibitions of artworks from the Hammer Contemporary Collection. While serving as Curatorial Assistant at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, she was project coordinator for “WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution,” and she co-curated “index: Conceptualism in California from the Permanent Collection.” Her writings have appeared in numerous publications including Rebecca Morris: Southafternoon; Chris Johanson; Made in L.A. 2012; All of this and nothing, Engagement Party; This Is Not To Be Looked At: Highlights from the Permanent Collection of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution.

For further information on the exhibition and related programs, please visit the website at, or contact Julie Dickover at 904-826-8530 or  The museum’s summer hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please note that the museum will be closed on Monday, May 29 for Memorial Day.

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