Hunt Gallery - Emily Elliott: Objectively Speaking

Join the Department of Art, Design and Art History (DADAH) Friday, Nov. 15, for the opening and artist talks by sculptor and Hunt Gallery exhibiting artist Emily Elliott.

 

  • Elliott's lecture in the DADAH Friday Forum series will be at noon in Sverdrup, Room 123.  
  • The opening reception for Emily Elliott: Objectively Speaking is 6-8 p.m. in the Cecile R. Hunt Gallery, with remarks/introduction around 6:45.

 

St. Louis-based Emily Elliott earned the BFA degree at Columbus State University (Georgia), and the MFA degree at the University of South Florida. Prior to St. Louis, Elliott was centered in Brooklyn, New York where she was a studio assistant and fabricator, including working in the Matthew Barney studios. She uses casting materials and techniques as metaphors for society and the individual, her work poses questions about the seen and the unseen and the nature of viewing bodies.

 

Elliott’s works have been exhibited in the St. Louis region and also nationally including exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Museum, USF, Tampa, Fl; the Satellite Art Show, Miami, Fl; and Untitled Space, New York. Most recently her work has been featured in the 2019 Cedarhurst Art Center Biennial, Mount Vernon, IL; the 59th Mid-States Art Exhibition, Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science, Evansville, IN; and as a visiting artist at Notre Dame University.

Friday, November 15, 2019 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Cecille R. Hunt Gallery
8342 Big Bend Blvd, 63119

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